Unveiled at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, 2019 sees the arrival of the Hyundai Nexo fuel cell SUV to replace the Tucson/ix35 FCEV in California. The Nexo’s purpose-built platform houses a 161 horsepower, 291 lb-ft electric motor, fueled by 3 hydrogen fuel tanks with a driving range of a claimed 380 miles. Remote parking is a highlight to the Nexo’s technological arsenal – autonomously parking and retrieving the Nexo in tight spaces – as is the world’s first blind spot view monitor. The Nexo is the world’s only fuel cell SUV – though the Toyota Mirai FCV sedan could be considered a rival. Pricing and trim levels are yet to be announced, but expect high levels of tech to come at a bang for buck price, along with sufficient tax benefits.
|Blue FWD||TBC||Fixed Single-Speed Direct Drive||FWD||$57,257||$58,300|
|Limited FWD||TBC||Fixed Single-Speed Direct Drive||FWD||$60,669||$61,800|