Hydrogen-powered Kia military vehicles may become reality

Hyundai has a lead within the international automotive market relating to hydrogen-powered mobility choices however Kia, a part of Hyundai Motor Group seems to be in no rush to deliver the know-how to its passenger vehicles simply but. In reality, studies within the South Korean media state that Kia is first providing the know-how to military vehicles it provides the nation’s protection forces.

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Reports quote Song Ho-Sung, President and CEO of Kia Motors, as saying that the main focus can be on bringing the know-how to military vehicles and that the primary hydrogen-powered passenger automobiles could possibly be probably 2028 onwards.

The prospects of incorporating hydrogen fuel-cell know-how for military functions may not be restricted to simply the vehicles however may additionally kind a key half throughout all kinds of operations the place energy provide may be required.

Kia beforehand knowledgeable that it’s seeking to roll out the next-generation of two.5- and 5-ton military vehicles and that its modular method to growing new vehicles may come in useful. “Kia is exploring the potential for hydrogen gasoline cell know-how throughout numerous military functions, together with gasoline cell vehicles and emergency energy mills,” the company had stated. “Fuel cell technology is considered suitable for future military vehicles as it can supply large amounts of electricity in combat environments.”

At current, Kia provides South Korean military with a lot of vehicles which embrace 0.25-, 1.25-, 2.5- and 5-ton fashions. It additionally developed the nation’s first all-pupose tactical car. In all, round 140,000 items have been manufactured by the company for the military. 

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