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Hyundai Spain Shows How Clean Nexo’s Emissions Is By Putting Someone In An Exhaust-filled Bubble




Hyundai Spain wants the world to see how clean Nexo’s emissions is…



The Nexo is a hydrogen fuel cell powered crossover SUV from South Korean automaker, Hyundai Motors. It is the flagship for Hyundai’s eco car portfolio.

To fuel the hydrogen-powered Nexo SUV is just as easy as fueling a petrol and diesel-powered vehicles. It takes just three to five minutes to refill the tank with Hydrogen gas.



A full tank will go 380 miles before the Nexo will need to be refilled with gas at hydrogen-fueling station.

The only emission produced by Nexo is water vapour and 99.9 per cent filtered oxygen. Compared to conventional cars like petrol and diesel-powered vehicles, which emits harmful waste products into the atmosphere.

To demonstrate how clean the emissions is, Hyundai Spain trapped the cars emissions by connecting the Nexo’s exhausts to a sealed air bubble.


The automaker now asked Spanish swimmer and brand ambassador, Mireia Belmonte, to run in the bubble that is already filled with Nexo’s exhaust flow.

The result of these bubbles will be fatal in a petrol or diesel-powered vehicle. Obviously, this explains why you should never warm a petrol/diesel powered cars in a less ventilated garage.

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Hyundai Nexo

The Nexo packs plenty of luxuries, including 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability.


Others features includes power-adjustable front seats with heat, automatic climate control and wireless smartphone-charging pad.

Also, driver-assistance features includes adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, automated emergency braking etc.


Nexo’s fuel cell and battery powers the electric motor to make 161bhp and 291lb ft of torque. It will also move from zero to 60 mph in 9.5 seconds.

The Hyundai Nexo is currently available in few selected markets. These markets offers a network of hydrogen-fueling stations.

Also Read : World’s First Self-Driving Hydrogen Car, Hyundai Nexo, Complete A Record 118-mile Trip