50 more deliveries for Hyundai fuel cell vehicle in Europe


During October, Hyundai Motor has delivered another 50 units of its ix35 Fuel Cell for distribution to customers across Europe, extending the company’s leadership in fuel cell vehicle roll-out.

This shipment, Europe’s largest ever delivery of hydrogen-powered cars, brings the total number of Hyundai fuel cell electric vehicles in Europe to over 250, more than those of every other manufacturer combined. The cars will be supplied to a number of private and corporate customers who have chosen Hyundai’s innovative hydrogen fuel cell car.

The ix35 Fuel Cell was the first hydrogen-powered car to be mass-produced and offered for sale in Europe. The ix35 Fuel Cell cars already on the road have covered more than 1.2 million kilometres. By the end of 2015, the model will be available to buy or lease in 13 European countries, with Spain and Switzerland joining the existing 11-country distribution network.

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Freelance automotive journalist and consultant, author as well, focused on technologies and new trends for more than 30 years, convinced that hydrogen is one of the energies for the future.

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