Auto Shows Hyundai at CES 2018: Hydrogen and Artificial Intelligence for the NEXO

18:56  12 january  2018
18:56  12 january  2018 Source:   MSN

Fiat, Hyundai In Talks For Partnership On Hydrogen Technology

  Fiat, Hyundai In Talks For Partnership On Hydrogen Technology Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is in talks with Hyundai about strengthening a partnership that could see the Italian-based automaker develop hydrogen engines. Speaking Saturday at the Alfa Romeo Museum in Italy, FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne confirmed the two companies were in talks.“There is the potential of a technical partnership with Hyundai,” he said to reporters. “Let’s see if we find a deal to develop transmissions and hydrogen.”Hyundai already supplies Fiat with some components and transmissions for the North American market, Marchionne added.

Hyundai presented its next-generation fuel-cell electric vehicle, a vision for hydrogen -powered life and an artificial intelligence -based personal cockpit concept at a The newest model in Hyundai 's eco-vehicle portfolio is called NEXO , and it will take the spotlight in the Hyundai display at CES 2018 .

By: Hyundai . • Next-generation FCEV NEXO makes global debut at CES 2018 . Under the theme of 'Connected to Future Mobility', Hyundai will present its next-generation fuel-cell electric vehicle, a vision for hydrogen -powered life and an artificial intelligence -based personal cockpit concept.

The automobile is entering an important period of changes. As proof, at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Hyundai is displaying a vehicle boasting three solutions that all have a chance to become reality within the next few years. That vehicle is called NEXO.

Hyundai to unveil next-gen FCEV at CES

  Hyundai to unveil next-gen FCEV at CES Debut coincides with partnership with autonomous technology firm AuroraThe yet-unnamed crossover will move up from the current Tucson FCEV (Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle), but it is not yet known if Hyundai will keep the name or create something similar to Ioniq, to designate a vehicle that stands alone from the rest of the Hyundai stable.

As car manufacturers battle to dominate the lithium-ion-powered e-vehicle scene, Hyundai has decided to go against the flow by unveiling its newest hydrogen fuel cell SUV at CES 2018 . Nexo features a voice command system, artificial intelligence , and can be switched into an autonomous car.

Hyundai Integrates Home, Health and Mobility with New Technology at CES 2018 Next-generation FCEV NEXO makes global debut at CES 2018 NEXO advances autonomous driving in an eco-friendly vehicle a vision for hydrogen -powered life and an artificial intelligence -based personal cockpit

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First of all, a technology that should still need some time before becoming widely available in Canada, fuel cells. Hyundai, who already showed off the Tucson FCEV in various auto shows and set up a pilot project in British Columbia, has announced that it has enhanced this technology. In the NEXO, the powertrain is smaller than the one in the Tucson. Hyundai says driving range is pegged at 595 km, 169 more than what its predecessor offers. Testing at -29 Celsius and close 50 Celsius was performed, and conclusive. The NEXO’s platform was created to accept a hydrogen powertrain, which allowed relocating the battery pack in the trunk.

At the same time, the Korean brand presented an application dedicated to fuel cell vehicles, Hydrogen Life Vision, which looks a little like the applications used for managing electric vehicles.

Hyundai Shows Next-gen Fuel Cell at CES

  Hyundai Shows Next-gen Fuel Cell at CES <p>Hyundai is showcasing a trio of new technologies at this week’s CES Show, all focused on connecting future technology with evolving mobility challenges.</p>Hyundai’s next-generation hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicle equipped with new Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) technologies will be featured and its new name revealed.

SOURCE Hyundai Motor America. - Next-generation FCEV NEXO makes global debut at CES 2018 . Under the theme of "Connected to Future Mobility", Hyundai presented its next-generation fuel-cell electric vehicle, a vision for hydrogen -powered life and an artificial intelligence -based

- Next-generation FCEV NEXO makes global debut at CES 2018 . Under the theme of "Connected to Future Mobility", Hyundai presented its next-generation fuel-cell electric vehicle, a vision for hydrogen -powered life and an artificial intelligence -based personal cockpit concept at a press

Also, Hyundai is presenting a revised version of its Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), which consists of various safety and semi-autonomous driving technologies. It includes a blind spot monitor that displays both sides of the vehicle on the centre screen, at an angle simply impossible to see on conventional outside mirrors. The Lane Following Assist (LFA) and Highway Driving Assist (HDA) systems allow the NEXO to travel at speeds of up to 145 km/h on open stretches of road and in the city. Obviously, human intervention can always be required! Finally, Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA) helps the NEXO park by itself, whether the driver is behind the wheel or not.

The NEXO is part of a vast “green” plan that will allow Hyundai to unveil no less than 18 environmentally friendly models by 2025.

Hyundai has also unveiled the Intelligent Personal Cockpit, an instrument panel that, according to the press release, presents a new approach with the information displayed to the driver. In addition, there’s an artificial intelligence system with voice recognition as well as a driver vital sign detection system.

First Drive: 2019 Hyundai Nexo FCEV .
The Nexo might look like a regular CUV, but it's packing Hyundai's next-gen hydrogen fuel-cell powertrainThe new powertrain is state-of-the-art and brings some big improvements to the market. When compared to the Tucson FCEV’s fuel cell stack, the Nexo’s is 16 kilograms lighter yet boasts a one-kilowatt improvement in power density, now 3.1 kW per litre, which means a big improvement in driving range — in this case, 609 kilometres from its three underfloor hydrogen fuel tanks.

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