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FCEV – The new abbreviation in the automotive industry

Driving a FCEV (Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle) is like driving an ordinary car – Same safety, power and driving comfort, but with two big differences; no noise and no emissions. The cars we present are part of a much larger fleet en route on the streets of the world.

Mercedes-Benz F-CELL B-Class


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B-Klasse F-Cell (W245) 2009
B-Klasse F-Cell (W245) 2009

Mercedes-Benz B-class F-CELL

The new B-Class F-CELL fuel cell vehicle offers everything that people expect from a Mercedes-Benz: High comfort and safety as well as no reduction in interior space and boot capacity.

Customers will not have to sacrifice any driving pleasure either – The electric motor has a peak performance of 100 kW/136 hp and a maximum torque of 290 Nm, which is available from the first rotation.

  • 10 cars
  • Range: 385 km (NEDC)
  • H2 capacity: 3.7 kg
  • Tank pressure: 70 MPa

Hyundai ix35 FCEV


Hyundai ix35 FCEV

Hyundai’s third-generation FCEV is equipped with a 100-kilowatt fuel cell system and a two hydrogen storage tanks (70 Mpa). The SUV can travel 525 kilometres on a single charge.

ix 35 FCEV has a cold start capacity from – 25 degrees Celsius, a high level of safety and overall reliability.

  • 2 cars in Oslo
  • Range: 525 km (NEDC)
  • H2 capacity: 5,6 kg
  • Tank pressure: 70 MPa


Th!nk Fuel Cell City Car


h2logic_hydrogen_fuel-cell_car_wind-power_0Th!nk Fuel Cell City Car.

The Th!nk City Car is an innovative battery electric vehicle with a fuel cell range extender. This feature removes the critical barriers for end-user of the BEV concerning long operation range and fast refueling. Further the significant hybrid propulsion enables a significantly smaller fuel cell system that is on power levels with base system modules used in other early fuel cell vehicle markets such a materials handling vehicles (forklifts).

  • 5 cars
  • Range: 250 km (NEDC)
  • H2 capacity: 1.5 kg
  • Tank pressure: 70 MPa


A comprehensive overview on all hydrogen and fuel cell electric vehicles including technical data can be found at: www.h2mobility.org[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]