FCEVFuel Cell Electric Vehicle
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On the basis of propulsion, the In-wheel motors market is segmented as BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle), HEV (Hybrid Electric Vehicle), PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle), and FCEV (Fuel cell Electric Vehicle).
Release date- 13082019 - Toyota City, Japan - Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) announces today the launch of its updated 'Sora1' Fuel Cell Electrified Vehicle bus (FCEV bus) in August and improvements to its preventive safety performance.
Since then, the companies have been working closely together to develop prototypes for an electric version of Hyundai's N brand midship sports car and a high-performance FCEV with the intent to bring them to market at a later time.
Toyota will support Tokyo 2020 with a large number of zero-emission FCEV such as the Mirai sedan for official use.
All of which is prelude to the 2019 Hyundai Nexo, a purpose-built FCEV, a mass-produced vehicle that is destined for global markets.
The FCEV bus and coach charge in just 15 minutes and boast a driving range of 460km - roughly 6.5 times the charging efficiency of other battery electric mass transit vehicles on the market, the company says.
As the first part of the partnership, HMG will allow its counterparts to access its parts, which are based on Hyundai's technology for developing the ix35 Fuel Cell and the Nexo FCEV. 'This agreement is another example of Hyundai's strong commitment to creating a more sustainable future whilst enhancing consumers' lives with hydrogen-powered vehicles, the fastest way to a truly zero-emission world,' Hyundai Motor Company Vice Chairman Chung Eui-sun said in an English statement.
The company also offers a Sonata Hybrid and was the first to offer a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle as a mass-produced model with the Tucson FCEV in production since 2013.
HYUNDAI has announced that its Nexo hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) will have a range of 500 miles.
It also offers a Sonata Hybrid, and was the first to offer a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle as a mass-produced model with the Tucson FCEV in production since 2013.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Feb 28 (ANI-BusinessWire India): Hyundai Motor showcased the Next Generation Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) - Hyundai NEXO and Global Electric Vehicle - IONIQ (Battery Powered) during the India Korea Business Summit 2018 held here.
The company launched the first mass-produced fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), the Mirai, in 2014, the fourth generation of the Prius hybrid electric vehicle in 2016, and the second-generation Prius plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) in 2017.