FRANKFURT/ZURICH (Reuters) - Hyundai’s (005380.KS) hydrogen-powered 18-tonne trucks are set to hit the roads in Switzerland next month as the South Korean automaker looks to establish a case for its zero-emissions
Billionaire Chung Eui-sun has big plans for Hyundai Motor Group, the second-biggest family-controlled conglomerate in South Korea. The 49-year-old heir apparent is doubling down on zero-emission vehicles
The plug-in electric car is having its moment. But despite false starts, Toyota is still trying to make the fuel cell happen.
“I wouldn’t have any chance using battery-electric,” said Ogitsu, who works as a physicist at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. “There is no flexibility.” Ogitsu is one of the 8,000 or so early
FILE PHOTO: The logo of Hyundai Motor is pictured at the second media day for the Shanghai auto show in Shanghai, China April 17, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song/File Photo TOKYO (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co (005380.KS)