For Hyundai Motor, this year's IAA Commercial Vehicles show was the perfect opportunity to unveil its light commercial hydrogen fuel cell vehicle - the H350 Fuel Cell Concept.

Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai believes in hydrogen quite a bit,  calling the concept "a glimpse into the future of the LCV".

Depending on the configuration option, the H350 can be build as a 14-seat passenger vehicle, or as a light delivery van.

Whether the H350 really is the future, or rather it is a something more like the all-electric van like the recently debuted by Volkswagen - the e-Crafter only time will tell, but we strongly believe more in the plug-in model, given its deeper infrastructure, and the rapidly advancing nature of the tech that is bringing costs down (and abilities up) more quickly.

Quick specs:

  • 422 km range on 7.05 kg of compressed hydrogen at 700-bar
  • 100 kW (136 ps) uel cell stack and 100 kW electric motor
  • Depending on wheelbase, the H350 provides 10.5 m3 or 12.9 m3 space – sufficient to accommodate five standard European pallets – or room for a 14-seat passenger compartment
  • 24 kW lithium-polymer battery output (kWh number missing in action)
  • top speed of 150 km/h

Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept