Hyundai Motor said Friday it will debut its car-sharing service -- based on its hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle -- in Munich, Germany this summer, partnering with hydrogen fueling supplier Linde Group.
It will be the world’s first car-sharing service based on hydrogen EV cars, the Korean automaker said.
Hyundai’s Tucson ix35, its hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle. (Yonhap)
Under the brand name of BeeZero, Hyundai will deploy 50 Tucson ix35 vehicles. The vehicle can travel about 600 kilometers on a single tank, according to the company.
Hyundai Motor Europe said the BeeZero service will offer “sustainable mobility” for everyday needs for the public.
Customers can book Hyundai’s FCEV online or via a smartphone app.
By Hong Sung-pyo (email@example.com