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2019 Hyundai Nexo Quick Spin Review | A better hydrogen fuel cell crossover

| Green | 20.03.2018

Filed under: Green,Hyundai,Alternative Fuels,Quick Spins,Crossover,Hydrogen

When we travelled to South Korea to test out the new Hyundai Santa Fe, we also got a chance behind the wheel of the new hydrogen-powered Nexo fuel-cell SUV. Hyundai unveiled the Nexo at CES in January as a replacement for the Tucson Fuel Cell, which logged miles and gathered data in 18 countries over the course of its generation. The Nexo is an improvement: It’s more efficient, packed with smarter driver assistance technologies and, in our opinion, is more attractive.

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Road Test: 2017 Hyundai Tucson Hydrogen Fuel Cell

| Green, Test drive | 15.01.2018

Hyundai announced recently that its 2017 Tucson FCEV (Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle) reached some pretty lofty numbers–the, 150+ models leased since 2014 have been driven in excess of three million miles.

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Interview: BMW’s Goal: 25 Electrified Cars by 2025

| Green | 07.12.2017

Ralph Mahler, Department Manager of Product Planning & Strategy at BMW of North America, explains what’s coming next, laying out BMW future direction.

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Toyota will use cow poop to power cars and homes

| Green | 01.12.2017

Filed under: Green,2017 LA Auto Show,Toyota,Emerging Technologies,Technology,Electric,Hydrogen

Toyota says the facility will make its Port of Long Beach logistics operation the first in North America to use 100 percent renewable power.

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News: GM Shows Autonomous Fuel Cell EV Platform

| Green | 13.10.2017

General Motors presented its Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure (SURUS), a flexible fuel cell electric platform with autonomous capabilities, at this week’s meeting of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA).

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