Today, Hyundai Motor Company (HMC) revealed two new concepts at the North American Commercial Vehicle (NACV) Show. Hyundai Introduced a Hydrogen-Powered Truck, HDC-6 NEPTUNE Concept Class 8 and a clean energy refrigerated concept trailer, the HT Nitro ThermoTech. The company claims that both concepts add product detail to its Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) 2030 Vision.
Hyundai Introduced a Hydrogen-Powered Truck
The HMC introduced the HDC-6 NEPTUNE Concept Class 8 heavy duty truck, while Hyundai Translead (HT) announced the launch of a clean energy refrigerated concept trailer, the HT Nitro ThermoTech.
HDC-6 NEPTUNE, the concept for the next-generation fuel-cell electric truck, represents the Hyundai Motor’s vision of mobility for a global hydrogen society. It is innovatively developed by applying Hyundai designers’ creativity and the company’s advanced technology together.
To maximize the potentiality of next-generation fuel-cell electric vehicles, HDC-6 NEPTUNE delivers innovative futuristic architecture.
According to the company, the HDC-6 NEPTUNE Class 8 truck, is looking forward for the future in design, in-cab technology and propulsion system. Whereas, the HT Nitro ThermoTech creates a window into the future of the transportation in the U.S. and around the world. It will use a cryogenic nitrogen refrigeration technology system.
Vision of Hyundai
The company claims that both concepts add product detail to its Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) 2030 Vision for wide-spread deployment of hydrogen-powered fuel cell technology.
Obviously, Hyundai is a global leader in fuel cell technology. In 2013, Hyundai launched the first mass-produced and commercially available fuel cell electric vehicle. In 2018, Hyundai launched the dedicated FCEV, NEXO. Later in December 2018, Hyundai invested USD 6.4 billion to boost up the development of a hydrogen driven society.
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