Since range is pretty much the bugbear of most electric and other green vehicles alike, manufacturers are putting maximum effort to put an end to this problem. According to reports, Hyundai’s next line of fuel cell SUV’s will have a massive range of 557 km which beats the current Tucson’s range by as much as 30 per cent. With that range, Hyundai even betters the Toyota Mirai which does 500 km before the next fill up. Hyundai reportedly plans to roll out its second generation of fuel cell SUVs in January 2018.
Hyundai is also set to introduce its fuel cell-powered commercial bus in 2017, putting it in direct competition with Toyota, which has plans to do the same. Hyundai’s first all-electric vehicle, the Ioniq is slated for its US release next year as well and comes in fully electric, plug-in and gasoline-hybrid versions.