Hyundai claims that the latest version of its hydrogen fuel cell SUV. Has a range of 370 miles, with a refilling time of less than five minutes and an estimated rate of 60 miles per gallon.
Vehicle to display its 120 kW e-motor down below.
Nexo is faster, lighter, safer and crucially, substantially more efficient, durable and therefore appealing.
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- Transmission – 8-speed automaticcheck
- Cylinders – 6-Cylindercheck
- Displacement – 3.0 Litercheck
- Max Power – 476 hpcheck
- Max Torque – 700 Nm (516.3 lb-ft)check
- Max Engine Speed – 250 km/h (155 mph)check
- 0 – 100 km/h (0-62mph): 5.4 seccheck
- Braking: 100 – 0 (62-0mph): N/Acheck
- EPA Consumption MPG N/Acheck
- CO2 Emissions 53 grams CO2 per km (85.3 g/mi)check
- Weight: 2,145 kg (4,729 lbs)check
- Length: 5 m (198 in)check
- Width 2 m (79 in)check
- Height: 1,7 m (67 in)check
- Ground clearance: 90mm (3.5 inches)check
- Wheelbase: 3 m (118 in)check
- Fuel tank: 85 L (22.4 Gal)check
- Tire size: N/Acheck
- Wheels: 22-inch wheelscheck
- Optional air suspensioncheck
- Compression Ratio: 11.2:1check
- Several different audio systems are offered with the Audi Q8, with a 23-speaker Bang & Olufsen check
- Multiple touch screensthat allow the driver to shift in one touchcheck
- Warranty: N/Acheck
The Hyundai Nexo is a Hydrogen Fuel Cell powered crossover SUV that was revealed at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show on January 8, 2018. Set to replace the Hyundai Tucson FCEV, the Nexo will be the flagship for Hyundai’s eco car portfolio.
Unlike the Tucson FCEV that used a heavily modified version of the Tucson’s underpinnings, the Nexo uses a purpose-built platform from an FCEV standpoint. The benefits come in the form of a lighter construction, a more powerful drivetrain, and a higher driving range. The Nexo has a 163PS, 400Nm electric motor, versus 135PS and 300Nm for the Tucson FCEV.