Prior to taking its passenger car lineup to the Paris Motor Show at the end of this month, Hyundai was set to visit Hanover, Germany, this week, to debut the H350 Fuel Cell Concept at the 2016 IAA Commercial Vehicle Show, and has unveiled the model.
Based upon the exact same light industrial vehicle revealed two years earlier, the new study is said to supply a glance into the future of the brand’s LCV lineup.
This concept was recently introduced by the company. A 175 liter tank of hydrogen fuel cell could be be filled in barely four minutes. Although the greater benefit in this condition is that the concept will emit no fumes and only water which is excellent for environment. The H350 Fuel Cell concept can provide nearly 422km on the full tank of hydrogen cell fuel.
Hyundai specifies that the powertrain is wisely packed in such a manner in which its setup has no effect on the H350’s load area, and, depending on the wheelbase, the van provides 10.5 or 12.9 cubic meters, enough to host five basic European pallets, or space for a 14-passenger compartment.