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Hyundai aims to put fuel cells in all its trucks and buses by 2028

South Korean automaker pins hopes on hydrogen tech to lead transportation market

Hyundai Motor Group aims to expand its fuel cell-powered lineup to 20 truck and bus models by 2028. Here, a Hyundai Nexo hydrogen car is fueled at a station in Seoul. (File photo by Reuters) 

SEOUL -- Hyundai Motor Group on Tuesday discussed its aspirations of producing fuel cell editions of all 20 of its truck and bus models by 2028 as Korea Inc. goes all-in on the clean energy technology.

The South Korean automaker also said it intends to fully re-energize global commercial vehicle markets, including Europe's, with its advanced next-generation fuel cell technologies.

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