IF You’ve been busting to know what driving a hydrogen motor vehicle is like, we’ll skip to the chase – surprisingly normal.


In an era where most of us are now common with how electrification will work in a passenger motor vehicle – even if it is only that 1st second of movement in a Camry Hybrid taxi – there’s absolutely nothing strange about not listening to a combustion engine humming away up front.


In that regard, the Hyundai Nexo medium SUV is just like Hyundai’s Kona and Ioniq EVs – easy, easy, and borderline-silent. Apart from that the Nexo feeds on hydrogen, not electrical power, and even however it has a battery mounted over its rear axle – powering ancillaries whilst adding a performance boost when necessary – the front-generate Nexo’s chief supply of propulsion is the gasoline cell occupying its engine bay.

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