Hyundai introduced new crossover hydrogen Nexo

Pri creating style Nexo Hyundai designers took inspiration in nature, namely water, which is the only emission the car. Its distinctive features — narrow dual headlights, which fit harmoniously into the appearance of the front of the crossover, along with an expressive radiator grille in the shape of an hourglass. In the interior the emphasis is on the convenience of the inhabitants of the salon, wide instrument panel is stylistically connected with the touch screen on the centre console that allows the driver to get the most necessary information without interrupting their driving.

In comparison with the predecessor, the Tucson/ix35 FCEV crossover NEXO increased in size: the length of his body is 4 671 mm, width 1 859 mm, a height of 1 630 mm, and the wheelbase 2 790 mm. Three hydrogen tanks located under the floor in the rear of the body, and the polymer lithium-ion the car battery there was a place in the trunk.

The hybrid powerplant crossover with a capacity of 163 HP accelerates the car up to a hundred in 9.5 seconds. The reserve Nexo compared to the Tucson/ix35 FCEV increased by 169 km to 595. Refueling with hydrogen takes only 5 minutes.

Hyundai Nexo became the first car company, which debuted an innovative range of driver assistance systems ADAS. Among them, the detection of objects in blind areas View BlindSpot Monitor, which is due to installed on the sides of the body crossover wide-angle camera transmits to a Central console streaming image, helping drivers to safely rebuild the strip in the strip in any direction.

Another useful feature assistant support in the lane Following Lane Assist, which helps to keep the car in the center of the lane at speeds up to 145 km/h.

Sales of the new crossover will start in the first half of 2018. This model will help to fulfill the plans of Hyundai in global markets 18 environmentally friendly models by the year 2025.

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