Those who had a lucky chance to attend the New York Motor Show, stumbled on a brand new miracle from a reputable South Korean car maker. The 2017 Hyundai Genesis GV80 SUV Concept can be defined as a plug-in hydrogen fuel cell powered SUV concept, stuffed with revolutionary new design clues.
Hyundai still faithfully believes in the hydrogen-powered dream for vehicles. This car maker is one of the few, which can offer potential buyers a real hydrogen fuel cell car. Sure, that’s the Hyundai ix35 FCEV, but the 2017 Hyundai Genesis GV80 SUV Concept leaves it behind in many regards.
However, apart from the current relatively high cost of producing hydrogen-cell vehicles, a refueling infrastructure still appears to be a big obstacle, and there’s no a good remedy out there.
It has put many folks off EVs because they still have a relatively limited range as well as an equally poor recharging time. Until battery technology catches up, nothing will change for the better.
Evidently, hydrogen-powered vehicles face a huge obstacle in developing a refueling infrastructure. It’s because the cost turns to be far higher, though they do have the advantage of delivering a bigger range compared to EVs, while a refueling time is on a par with an ICE.