In an H2 fuel cell, chemical reaction energy is generated by the continuous supply of fuel and oxidising agent and then converted into electrical energy and stored in transaction batteries. Additional energy is fed into the battery through recuperation, kinetic energy generated during braking, for example. This drives the electric motor in the vehicle. During the journey, the fuel cell recharges the battery, which enables a long range. The combination of fuel cell and electric motor generates a higher level of efficiency than a petrol or diesel combustion engine. The only disadvantage: the use of platinum, one of the most expensive metals in the world, explains the relatively high manufacturing and purchase costs of a vehicle with a fuel cell.
Thanks to state-of-the-art fuel cell technology, the Hyundai NEXO has a range of up to 756 kilometres*. The drive system, which produces zero emissions, is suitable for both short and long journeys. With a modern interior design and intelligent safety, it is a purchase that is well worth it.
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