- Expresses Interest to Bring Ultimate Solution with Zero-Emission Mobility
- Committed towards Government of India’s Vision of Zero-Emission Mobility
New Delhi –Hyundai Motor India Limited country’s first smart mobility solutions provider today announces another Industry First for expanding its green mobility portfolio in India.
HMIL is evaluating the Feasibility of bringing Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles for India to strengthen its commitment towards the greener mobility ecosystem.
Commenting on the Initiation of Feasibility Study for Fuel Cell Vehicle, Mr. S S Kim, Hyundai Motor India Ltd, said, “Progress for Humanity with Zero Emission Mobility is our responsibility and vision to make a long-term positive transformation for our future generations. We have initiated the feasibility study for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle in India and promise to bring The Ultimate Solution with Zero Emission Mobility.”
Hyundai is a Responsible and Caring brand with cause and has always led the “Zero Emission Mobility” Revolution for a Greener, Cleaner and Brighter future of India. As a Technology and Innovation-driven brand, Hyundai is aligned and committed to embark on the journey of India’s future mobility.”
During the recently concluded first International Organisation of Motor Vehicles Manufacturer (OICA) Conference (November 26-29, Mumbai) in India, Korea Manufacturers’ Association (KAMA) shared the strong developments made in the area of Fuel Cell technology and also talked about the Global Success of commercially available Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle – Hyundai NEXO.
Fuel Cell Vehicle – The Ultimate Mobility Solution
The Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle is the ultimate eco-friendly mobility solution that will change the paradigm of the automobile ecosystem across the world.
Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles are free from any greenhouse gasses emissions as vehicle filters and purifies the air during its drive. When Air filters through FCEV, 99.9 percent of particulates are purified, cleaning the environment.
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