Looking ahead at the world of sustained mobility, Hyundai Motor Group has announced the opening of the Hyundai Hydrogen World in China. This is an exhibition hall dedicated to the fuel-cell electric vehicle, related technologies and energy. The Hyundai Hydrogen World is located at the center of the Century Square in Shanghai, and will be open to the public till September 8. The 406 square-meter arena allows visitors to see, experience, and understand the company vision of a future global hydrogen society.

It features a variety of displays and programs, including an air-purifying demonstration on a 2019 NEXO fuel-cell electric vehicle FCEV, a model NEXO showing its internal mechanical parts, as well as galleries and spaces containing hydrogen-related information.

The Hyundai Hydrogen World is located at the center of the Century Square in Shanghai, and will be open to the public till September 8.

"Through the Hyundai Hydrogen World, we aim to spread understanding of our technological competence and vision for a global hydrogen society, which we have uniquely accumulated over the years." Byungho Lee, President of Hyundai Motor Group (China) Ltd.

In the zone showcasing air-purification on a NEXO, visitors can see how the fuel-cell electric SUV filters 99.9 percent of ultra-fine dust particles while driving. It essentially only emits water vapour and purifies the air whole driving. The zone dedicated to the future hydrogen society plays a clip explaining how fuel-cell electric technology is used in diverse home and industrial settings, such as hydrogen production and refueling, autonomous driving, electricity generation and solar energy.

There is also a China Voice & Answer zone which lets visitors understand future lifestyles of the upcoming mobility era. A zone with an open Nexo FCEV showcases its internal structure, parts and mechanism, including the hydrogen tank and fuel-cell system. It also explains differences between the combustion-engine, electric and fuel-cell electric vehicles.

The zone dedicated to the future hydrogen society plays a clip explaining how fuel-cell electric technology is used in diverse home and industrial settings.

Hyundai Motor had launched the world’s first commercialized hydrogen-powered vehicle, ix35 Fuel Cell, in 2013. Subsequently, the Group announced the FCEV Vision 2030, about its plans to bring about a global hydrogen society that goes beyond the transportation sector. The company says it aims to produce 500,000 FCEVs by 2030.

In the zone showcasing air-purification on a NEXO, visitors can see how the fuel-cell electric SUV filters 99.9 percent of ultra-fine dust particles while driving.