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Hyundai Nexo available to order for £65,995

Hyundai has started taking orders for the hydrogen-powered Nexo, which is priced from £65,995 (including the £3,500 plug-in grant).

The zero-emission model offers a range of 414 miles.

It has been designed to minimise drag, with flush door handles that retract into the doors and a fully enclosed underside.

The interior of Nexo features faux leather seats with heating and ventilation, plus full electrical adjustment.

Situated within the drivers eye line is a seven-inch digital instrument cluster, providing important driving information such as speed, fuel, temperature, power and odometer gauges.

It also houses the Blind Spot View Monitor, providing an on screen display fed from the car’s door mirror mounted cameras.

A 12.3-inch infotainment screen provides Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as the standard navigation system. It also provides real time vehicle condition information, including energy flow and hydrogen tank operating condition.

Nexo’s fuel cell electric powertrain offers increased performance over its ix35 Fuel Cell predecessor, with a system output of 163PS and 395Nm torque.

The under bonnet Power Module Complete (PMC) combines oxygen from the surrounding air and hydrogen from the car’s high pressure storage tanks, creating a flow of electrons that both powers the drive motor and charges the on board 1.56kWh battery. The only emissions from this process is water vapour.

Driver assistance and convenience features include; Lane Following Assist, Lane Keep Assist, High Beam Assist and Adaptive Cruise Control. The car also has Remote Smart Parking Assist, whereby the driver can exit the vehicle and control parallel and perpendicular parking as well as forwards and backwards manoeuvres from the keyless entry handset. 

All Nexos come with a five-year unlimited mileage warranty and eight-year hybrid battery warranty.

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