IVECO and Hyundai current eDAILY gasoline cell giant van at IAA


Iveco Group and Hyundai Motor Firm unveiled the primary IVECO eDAILY gasoline cell electrical car at IAA Transportation 2022 in Hannover.


Since signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in March 2022, the 2 firms have shaped a number of joint working teams on varied technological streams to discover ways in which they will complement one another on the event of electrical autos and different propulsions.

Earlier in July, the 2 firms collectively introduced hydrogen-powered IVECO BUS autos outfitted with Hyundai’s gasoline cell system, with anticipated related benefits by way of efficiency and emissions. The eDAILY Gasoline Cell Electrical Automobile (FCEV) represents the long run potential of IVECO’s bestselling and longest production-running giant van, with a variety that at present consists of conventional and methane/bio-methane propulsions, and new Battery Electrical Automobile (BEV) fashions.

The working eDAILY FCEV prototype is provided with Hyundai’s 90 kW hydrogen gasoline cell system and 140 kW e-motor. Six tanks supply a mixed storage capability of 12 kg of hydrogen. The GVW (Gross Automobile Weight) 7.2 ton prototype has been examined in Europe, confirming a driving vary of 350 km, most payload of three tons and a refueling time inside quarter-hour.

Whereas eDAILY BEV, additionally launched on the IAA, is finest fitted to quick journeys, eDAILY FCEV can be a really perfect possibility for deliveries the place lengthy vary with excessive payload is important.

An integral a part of the eDAILY FCEV is the battery pack by FPT Industrial, the powertrain model of Iveco Group, whereas the gasoline cell system offered by Hyundai is the newest step within the firm’s 20+ 12 months hydrogen mobility journey.

Hyundai’s gasoline cell know-how is already in use in varied purposes, and particularly within the business car sector. The system logged over 4.5 million km in Switzerland on heavy responsibility vans displaying its efficiency and reliability.


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