Hyundai FCV Fuel Cell Car To Be Launched 3 Years Earlier Than Toyota’s
Fuel cell cars have just begun to show up shyly, and the competition starts to intensify in this market segment. Toyota, who has already announced a $50,000 price tag on their first hydrogen fuel cell car, is being “beaten” by Hyundai, who announced that their first fuel cell vehicle will be available three years earlier than Toyota and of course the other automakers. Pretty optimistic someone could say.
Hyundai announced that it plans to have ready for sale 10,000 units by 2015, when all the others will only have made their first deliveries of fuel cell cars. 1,000 units are planned to be shipped in 2013 and will mainly go to fleets and organizational buyers. 500 fuel cell vehicles will be available for sale during 2012.
- Hyundai To Sell Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars In 2012 (inhabitat.com)
- Report: Hyundai Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Coming In 2012 (allcarselectric.com)
- Hyundai-Kia “confident we can beat” Toyota’s $50,000 price on fuel cell cars (green.autoblog.com)
- Hyundai-Kia looking to beat Toyota in the automotive fuel cell price wars (engadget.com)