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Hyundai's Hydrogen-Powered Logistics Revolution in Georgia
Key Ideas
  • Hyundai and Plus unveiled the first Level 4 autonomous Class 8 hydrogen fuel cell electric truck in the U.S., equipped with self-driving technology.
  • The Xcient Fuel Cell truck offers a range of over 450 miles per charge, powered by two 90-kilowatt hydrogen fuel cell systems.
  • Hyundai launched HTWO Logistics to focus on sustainable logistics solutions, aiming to create a hydrogen mobility ecosystem in Georgia.
  • The company plans to replicate insights globally and promote hydrogen as a central element in societal change towards clean energy.
Hyundai Motor Co. and Plus introduced the first Level 4 autonomous Class 8 hydrogen fuel cell electric truck in the U.S., combining the Xcient Fuel Cell truck with self-driving technology. The truck is being tested in the U.S. and was displayed at the ACT Expo 2024 in Las Vegas. With a range of over 450 miles per charge, the truck is powered by two 90-kilowatt hydrogen fuel cell systems. Hyundai also launched HTWO Logistics in partnership with Glovis America to focus on sustainable logistics solutions, aiming to reduce carbon emissions around their manufacturing facility in Georgia. The consultancy will establish a clean hydrogen production value chain and promote the use of zero-emission vehicles. Hyundai plans to replicate the project's insights globally and work with partners worldwide to create a hydrogen mobility ecosystem. The company sees hydrogen as a crucial element in the energy transition towards a cleaner future, with a strong emphasis on mobility and energy sectors.
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