In the past year, the automotive industry has seen developments in fuel cell vehicles never thought possible. From Hyundai’s first mass-produced Tucson Fuel Cell, to coming products from many other automakers, to a growing fueling infrastructure, we are in a new era of hydrogen-powered vehicles.
This momentum has sparked many questions and created passionate debate about this technology.
At Hyundai, we don’t really see it as a debate, or as one technology pitted against another. No single, low-carbon powertrain solution can totally satisfy the wide-ranging expectations our consumers take for granted.
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Hi, my name is Hayden Paddon and I am a twenty-seven year old rally driver from New Zealand. Rallying has always been a part of my life and my goal is to one day become World Rally Champion. This year, I got a big break by having the chance to join the Hyundai Motorsport team driving the third Hyundai i20 WRC car in seven rounds of this year’s World Rally Championship – one of the pinnacle forms of world motorsport, alongside Formula 1, MotoGP, IndyCar and NASCAR. … read more
Even as the world’s fifth largest automaker, at Hyundai we’re certainly not content to rest on our laurels. As evidence, we’re making a strategic R&D investment of $7.2 million in a new facility on the famed Nordschleife circuit of the Nurburgring motorsports complex. When complete, expect Hyundai development teams worldwide to immediately leverage the special tuning challenges posed by this world benchmark of manufacturer testing. Construction of the new test center is already underway near the road circuit located deep within the Eiffel forest region of western Germany.
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