Hyundai Motor announced its intention to deliver 27 hydrogen trucks to Germany, a second deal by a company selling commercial eco-resilient vehicles with zero harmful emissions into Europe.
Twenty-seven xcient trucks with hydrogen fuel cells will be shipped to seven German companies. According to the car manufacturer in his application, German firms will receive local government subsidies for the purchase of environmentally sustainable commercial machines.
According to Hyundai, the company is planning to phase in the delivery of Xcient trucks this year, with 47 hydrogen trucks delivered to 23 companies from Switzerland from 2020 to June 2022.
Despite the small size of the supply, Hyundai reported that transactions would help companies promote hydrogen transport in other European markets, such as Austria, France, Denmark and the Netherlands.
Of course, the company is in the process of developing and supplying more than just hydrogen alternatives to DVC, and according to recent data, Hyundai is ranked fifth in the market for clean battery electric vehicles.