Hyundai will pull the wraps of its new hydrogen-powered FCEV at CES 2018.
The Japanese car manufacturer will reveal the “near-production” model in Las Vegas next week.
Much of the car’s specifics have been kept staunchly under wraps but the car manufacturer has teased that it’ll achieve around 500 miles of range on a single charge.
Being hydrogen-powered the car produces zero emissions and only emits water vapour.
It is said to have 30 per cent higher energy density than the ix35 Fuel Cell – a previous hydrogen-powered vehicle from Hyundai.
The car maker has also confirmed that the vehicle will come with a number of driver assistance systems that will help with semi-autonomous driving.
It is likely to be a semi-autonomous system and features things such as Autonomous Emergency Braking and Traffic Jam Assist.
This will be the first car from Hyundai that autonomous systems have been tested on.
Hyundai has also claimed that its first fully autonomous car will debut in 2021.
At CES the new FCEV will make its full debut where its pricing, specs and release date will web confirmed.
Details from Hyundai about the car have been kept thin on the ground ahead of its launch, which will be live streamed from Las Vegas.
A number of images were released of the car which shows a fairly typical SUV design and styling, which bucks a trend in low emissions cars having quirky styling.