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Hyundai FE Fuel Cell Concept unveiled at 2017 Geneva Motor Show

On display at Geneva Motor Show, Hyundai FE Fuel Cell Concept will influence a production model that is set to be released in 2018. It will form the basis of 10 such low emission vehicles, which are planned to be launched by 2020. The company states that FE Fuel Cell concept has a range of nearly 800 km on a single tank.

FE or Future Eco concept uses fourth generation fuel cell technology which according to the company is 20% lighter and offers 10% higher efficiency that that which was seen in the ix35 Fuel Cell. Power density is also enhanced by 30% allowing the concept to complete a 497 mile range.

Hyundai FE Fuel Cell Concept receives a design that is inspired by water and nature. It gets a well crafted body with an aerodynamic stance and a sleek upper section. Its door handles are situated at the center of the car which means that rear doors open in such a way that offers easy access to the rear seats.

Interiors portray a minimalist layout with blue ambient lighting. It gets a wide screen display which extends from behind the steering wheel to the center of dashboard offering all information of powertrain, etc. A screen on the central console gets a touchpad for controls.

The battery pack is removable and is offered to charge external devices while an electric scooter in its boot indicates that the car is set to attract a more adventurous segment of buyers.