The Hyundai Nexo is a hydrogen fuel cell powered crossover SUV that was revealed at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show on January 8, 2018.
It features three fuel tanks with a total capacity of 156 liters and 6.3 kg, versus 140 liters and 5.6 kg for the previous model. The Nexo has a driving range of 800km, versus 470km for the Tucson FCEV.
The Nexo also gets Hyundai’s new assistance systems like the blind spot view monitor, lane following assist and highway driving assist. Using surround view monitors, the blind spot view monitor provides the driver with a clear view of both the sides and the back of the car to facilitate a safer lane change maneuver. Hyundai claims that it is the first carmaker to incorporate such a technology.