2013 Hyundai ix 35 FCEV SUV


On Veloster, i40 and i30 is soon to follow, the first fuel cell vehicle from Hyundai. The Koreans since the nineties been researching this technology and let us test drive the current stage of development.

In the shadow of the current model works fireworks Hyundai with high pressure on the mass production of fuel cell drive. The Koreans know that they only get a top position is secure in the global competition of automotive transport, as quickly as possible if they offer alternative drive concepts ready for production - currently occupied Hyundai incidentally fifth place in the ranking list of the largest car manufacturers in the world.

Before we digest the great words which must ix35 prototype to show what goes. It is equipped with a 100 kW (136 hp) fuel cell, which is to create a hydrogen storage of 5.64 kg, a range of around 560 kilometers. Here, the Hyundai ix35 is never faster than 160 km / h but also copes with suitable winter temperatures down to minus 25 degrees - Fuel cells do not like cold. On today's Tuesday morning, the sun smiles in Copenhagen (a city that wants to be neutral to 2025 CO2) than the white Hyundai purrs softly on the streets. Since plenty of torque already present (270 Nm) at Gaspedalstreicheln, the car snaps forward at any time and is not a feeling that bother him the additional 150 kg.
Hundreds of zero creates the block in 14 seconds, with its six-speed automatic always harmoniously through the gears replaced. If feels like the future of cars, we need not fear. Maximum front Price: But also here Tae Kwon Cho has great words ready: "We have set ourselves the goal that the cost in 2020 are at the level of conventional models."

The mobile future is the way to Hyundai: the city take over operation of electric vehicles, the fuel cell is designed for larger models and cross-country trips.

This little history helps to better understand the third generation of fuel cell drive from Hyundai. She sticks well camouflaged in a current ix35 FCEV is named the (Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle) and so unconcerned stands, as does each of these fashionable wannabe climbers. For Hyundai, the white four-door is the silverware of the group, because until the end of 2012 to be 1,000 units of the ix35 FCEV built and tested in daily use worldwide. According to the 2015 consolidated schedule starts mass production. We are excited and press Tae Kwon Cho, who is responsible for fuel cell technology at Hyundai, the thumb. He reiterated: "We want to fuel cells then produce 10,000 models per year and increase production to 100,000 units by the year 2020."


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