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Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept brings hydrogen power to light commercial vehicles

Electric powertrains might hog the headlines, but hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are also shaping up as a viable alternative to internal combustion engines because they combine the zero local emissions (if you don't count water) benefits of electric vehicles with the convenience of being able to top up at a fuel pump. The new Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept takes just four minutes to refuel and can travel up to 422 km (262 mi) on a single tank.
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