Hyundai to export heavy-duty hydrogen electric trucks to Germany


An XCIENT Fuel Cell truck photographed in South Korea on Nov. 10, 2021. A number of firms in the trucking sector are exploring ways to develop vehicles that use hydrogen.

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Hyundai Motor Company is to export 27 of its XCIENT Fuel Cell trucks to Germany, with the heavy-duty vehicles set to be used by firms operating in retail, logistics and manufacturing.

In a statement earlier this week, the automotive giant said a total of seven companies — it did not provide their names — would make use of funding from the German government to introduce the vehicles to the country’s roads.

According to Hyundai, Germany’s Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport…


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