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Hyundai Expands Hydrogen Vision, Launches U.S. Logistics

Las Vegas, NV - Hyundai Motor Company shared its hydrogen vision and introduced its U.S. clean logistics business at the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo 2024 in Las Vegas. 

The company aims to leverage its integrated capabilities across various industries to realize its vision of a hydrogen society.

Hyundai's HTWO brand will play an expanding role in the hydrogen value chain beyond mobility to energy. 

The company has deployed its Class 8 XCIENT Fuel Cell electric trucks in key U.S. hydrogen logistics projects, including the NorCAL ZERO Project and the Clean Logistics Project, to decarbonize its manufacturing facility in Georgia.

The company also partnered with GLOVIS America and HTWO Logistics to establish a clean hydrogen production, supply, refueling, and zero-emission vehicle value chain in Georgia. 

Hyundai previewed its XCIENT fuel cell truck enhancements, including a digital instrument cluster, infotainment system, and advanced driver assistance systems. 

Hyundai is working with autonomous driving technology company Plus to test Level 4 autonomous driving on the XCIENT fuel cell truck, marking the first such test of a Class 8 fuel cell electric truck in the U.S. 

The company's hydrogen ambitions extend beyond mobility. 

It plans to integrate the entire hydrogen value chain, from production to carbon capture, transportation, delivery, and various applications.