Introducing the next generation of fuel cell vehicles: All-New NEXO. A car so beautifully clean, it purifies the air as it goes.
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All-New NEXO’s fuel cell system combines oxygen and hydrogen to create a flow of electrons that powers the electric drive motor and charges the 1.56kWh high voltage battery. It delivers best-in-class performance while producing no particulates or tailpipe emissions, other than purified air and droplets of clean water.
Along with its five-minute fill-up time and impressive range of 414 miles (WLTP), All-New NEXO offers a viable alternative to the combustion engine for everyday commuting and long drives alike.
*All figures are under WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure) regulations, which measure fuel, energy consumption, range and emissions in passenger vehicles in Europe. This is designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and electric range figures with other cars tested to the same technical procedures.
In 2013, the ix35 Fuel Cell became
the world’s first mass-produced
As of 2017, 500 Hyundai fuel cell vehicles have been registered in Europe. That is more than all other brands combined. Hyundai sells them in 18 countries around the world, 13 of which are in Europe.
Hyundai Motor Company has been dedicated to the development of Fuel Cell Vehicles since 1998. We are committed to fully playing our role as the global brand leader in eco-friendly technology.
Hyundai Motor has been at the forefront of hydrogen
vehicle development for over two decades now.
The company launched R&D for fuel cell technology
US DOE FCEV demonstration [2004-2009]
Hyundai also participated in the North America FCEV
demonstration program led by the U.S. Department of
Energy between 2004 and 2009.
Hyundai has been operating an FCEV demonstration
program in collaboration with the Korean government
Further development of FCEV powertrain.
The FCEV demonstration program was launched in
2009 in Korea, in Seoul and Ulsan and was
successfully completed in 2013.
World’s 1st Mass- produced FCEV.
The Hyundai Intrado concept car premiered at the
2014 Geneva Motor Show. The SUV/crossover has a
carbon-fibre central structure and utilises a Li-ion 36
The FE Concept showcases Hyundai Motor’s 4th
generation hydrogen fuel cell technology, an evolution
of research, development and real-world evaluation
programs around the world. Supports the Icelandic
The NEXO Fuel Cell SUV delivers the world’s best fuel
cell efficiency and a driving range of 666 km (WLTP).
Its dedicated vehicle architecture delivers improved
power-to-weight ratio, faster acceleration and cabin
Stay in control and connected. The sporty two-tone steering wheel features ergonomically positioned buttons so you can stay in control and operate car systems while driving safely. Paddle shifters mounted on the steering wheel adjust the level of regenerative braking; allowing drivers to customise the rate at which the battery is recharged when decelerating.
Everything you need, right at your fingertips – switch between drive, neutral, reverse and park by simply using the buttons conveniently located within the centre console. The electric parking brake can be found here too.
Delivering best-in-class space, All-New NEXO offers SUV versatility. With a boot capacity of 461 litres (VDA), it has plenty of room for passengers and their luggage. The convenient 60/40 split-folding rear seats give you more flexibility and cargo space when you need it. The hydrogen fuel tanks have been specially designed to enable a full fold-flat floor. And with the seats folded flat, you have a generous 1,466 litres of space.
Thanks to All-New NEXO’s electric motor, the traditional gear shifter is replaced by shift-by-wire buttons, creating extra space for storing personal items and mobile device charging.
The digital information cluster presents important driving information with outstanding visibility. Alongside range and trip information, a power gauge lets you see how your driving style is influencing fuel consumption. The status of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems is displayed here as well as the Blind-Spot View Monitor which shows drivers both rear and side views when indicating to change lanes.
Every surface in All-New NEXO, from the bamboo-based headliner, plastics, trim, soft skin and floor mats are UL certified bio-materials. This represents the most extensive use of such materials on any vehicle.
Hydrogen is all around us. Not just in the water we drink, but also at a rapidly increasing number of petrol stations – often right beside traditional fuel pumps. Refuelling is easy. Just connect the hydrogen 700 bar nozzle to the car and press shut. Refuelling will be completed in approximately 5 minutes when the hydrogen tanks are full. You’ll be ready to take on up to 414 miles of open road.
Enter your postcode to find the nearest hydrogen refuelling station and All-New NEXO servicing dealer, and to see some of the hydrogen refuelling stations that will be joining the network soon.
To ensure that All-New NEXO drivers enjoy the best ownership experience, we suggest that you live within 15 miles of a hydrogen refuelling station.
Unfortunately, it looks as though your area doesn’t have any hydrogen refuelling stations yet – but things are changing quickly.
Please check back soon to see when your area will be joining the network.
Enjoy greater confidence on the road with Hyundai SmartSense, our cutting-edge Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). All-New NEXO is leading the way forward with the highest level of ADAS of any mass brand, with safety innovations including a self-parking system and lane-following features.
All-New NEXO has also been awarded a 5* Euro NCAP rating. Hydrogen is stored in three tanks for extra security in the event of a collision, and a high strength tank protection structure is designed to absorb high energy impacts without transferring impact loads through to the hydrogen tank.
All-New NEXO features Lane Keep Assist (LKAS). When activated, it keeps All-New NEXO centred in its lane at speeds between 0 and 90 mph (where legally permissible). The system senses the car’s position in the lane and warns the driver audibly and visually so you can correct your position. If the driver doesn’t react, the system then induces corrective steering to guide the vehicle back to a safe position.
Using two radar sensors in the lower rear bumper, the system visually warns you of traffic in the blind spot area. If the turn signal indicator is activated, the Lane Change Assist will sound an audible as well as a visual alert.
Sensing the road ahead with a radar and a camera, the AEB system automatically brakes when it detects sudden braking by the car ahead or pedestrians in the road. It initially warns the driver visually and audibly, then it controls the braking according to the collision danger stage and applies maximum braking force to avoid a collision. The system is activated when a vehicle, pedestrian or cyclist is sensed in front of the car, moving at speeds of 6 mph or above.
An industry-first, our Blind Spot View Monitor shows the driver side views on the supervision instrument cluster when indicating to change lanes. It also enhances visibility in dark and rainy conditions. We’re the first car manufacturer to provide the driver with video footage from both sides of the vehicle in the instrument cluster.
Parking just got much easier. RSPA enables All-New NEXO to autonomously park or move out from a parking space, with or without a driver in the car. Designed especially for narrow parking spaces and garages.
All-New NEXO makes a perfect business partner when looking to reduce environmental impact. A long driving range with fast refuelling times maximises time on the road compared to conventional battery electric vehicles. Zero CO2 emissions help All-New NEXO to achieve low BIK rates whilst also safeguarding employees’ mobility in ‘Clean Air Zones’ – the increasingly common exclusion zones for all but low emission vehicles.
All figures are under WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure) regulations, which measure fuel, energy consumption, range and emissions in passenger vehicles in Europe. This is designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and electric range figures with other cars tested to the same technical procedures.