The South Korea‑based automaker will publicly unveil the Intrado at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show next week. The concept vehicle is powered by a next-generation hydrogen fuel-cell powertrain that utilizes a Li-ion 36 kWh battery.
According to the manufacturer, the Intrado can be refueled in a matter of minutes and has a range of close to 375 miles. Like other hydrogen fuel-cell powered vehicles, the car only emits water. The Intrado also promises more responsive and agile driving dynamics, while also offering an exterior free of adornments that features minimal detailing.
The body panels are made of advanced super lightweight steel from Hyundai Motor’s steel plant, which, reportedly, makes for less and simpler repairs.