Aussie team pushes new fuel-cell electric vehicle to its limits, exceeding the official range by 221km
Hyundai Australia has broken the world record for the longest distance travelled by a hydrogen-powered vehicle on a single tank, achieving the accolade in a cross-country journey from Melbourne to past Broken Hill.
Driving the new 2021 Hyundai NEXO, the Australian Hyundai team set an official 887.5km world record, breaking the previous mark by 109.5km and exceeding the hydrogen-powered SUV’s official range by 221km.
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