THE zero emission Hyundai Nexo hydrogen-powered fuel cell car will cost from £65,995 and will be available in just one fully kitted specification. The price includes the Government’s £3500 grant for low-emission vehicles and Hyundai’s second hydrogen model will be sold directly by the company in the UK – not from its dealer network. With a range of up to 414 miles, the Nexo is a family-sized five seater with performance figures akin to those of a regular model – 0 62mph in around nine seconds with a top speed of 111mph. The Korean firm has been trialling the Nexo in and around London for the past few months and the capital currently has the highest number of hydrogen filling stations with five clustered in the area. Others are sited at Swindon, Coventry, Sheffield and at Aberdeen and more are set to come on stream as the rush to low emission transport gains momentum. The Nexo uses hydrogen to generate electricity through a fuel cell with water the only waste product. It runs on an electric motor which develops the equivalent of 163ps and refuelling takes around five minutes. Its range is greater than that of battery-electric vehicles and the… Read full this story
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