Zero Emissions Mobility

Hyundai Motor is committed to contributing to the sustainable future of society, where progress keeps people and communities at heart.

Through Hyundai Motor Europe’s partnership with Healthy Seas, the seas and beaches are being freed of waste. Healthy Seas’ founding partner Aquafil regenerates the nylon parts of the recovered fishing nets, along with other nylon waste, into ECONYL® yarn to create new sustainable products, such as the floor mats in IONIQ 5 and IONIQ 6.

Hyundai is working on expanding EV charging infrastructure across Europe. With Charge myHyundai, customers can charge their EVs in 29 European countries. With electrified solutions like Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X), BEVs can operate and charge external electronic devices, power a house, and feed electricity back into the grid.

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20.06.2018 Press release

Hyundai Motor Group and Audi partner in fuel cell technology

Hyundai Motor Group and AUDI AG announced they have entered into a multi-year patent cross-licensing agreement, covering a broad range of fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) components and technologies.

19.06.2018 Press release

6 reasons your next car should be a hybrid

For those who haven’t fully plugged into the idea of a fully-electric car future, hybrid electric vehicles could be an important first step on the road to greener transport.

14.03.2018 Press release

Winter test: Electrified Vehicles in Lapland’s Extreme Cold Conditions

At Hyundai Mobis Proving Ground in Sweden, just an hour’s drive away from the Article Circle, Hyundai Motor Company subjects its latest electrified vehicles to the most extreme sub-zero conditions.

05.02.2018 Press release

Hyundai Showcases World First Self-driven Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle

A fleet of Hyundai Motor Company's next generation fuel cell electric cars have succeeded in completing a self-driven 190 kilometers journey from Seoul to Pyeongchang.

13.12.2016 Press release

Why fuel cells are driving the future where other inventions failed

Amphibious vehicles and on-board record players never quite got motoring, but with no emissions and more places to fill up, fuel cell cars could be the next great leap for the auto industry.


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