After a four-year absence, the motor show returns to Paris from October 17 to 23, and hydrogen will be one of the energies in the spotlight.
It was already known that Hyvia (Renault group) would be there to present the Master H2-Tech utility vehicle and its refuelling stations. Similarly, the two young French brands Hopium and Namx had already announced their presence at the show.
During a presentation of the show, it was mentioned that Plastic Omnium and Hype taxis would also be there. However, neither Hyundai nor Toyota will be exhibiting any cars.
Hydrogen will be part of an electrification hub, where the whole ecosystem will be gathered with energy suppliers, recharging operators and equipment manufacturers in hall 3.
Article written by Laurent Meillaud, translated by Logan King and reviewed by Marina Leite.