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Hyundai Kona BEV vs Hyundai Nexo HFCV (#CleanTechnica Pics)

A picture says more than a thousand words.

A picture says more than a thousand words.

At the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show 2018, Hyundai is showing of its newfound battery electric prowess and its leadership in hydrogen fuel cell technology.

To give the visitors to the show an understanding of these new technologies, Hyundai has two models on display with the outside partly removed, showing the inner workings of the Nexo HFCV and the Kona BEV.

I can tell you what I think of these two cars, but form your own opinion using these pictures:

Hyundai Kona

Hyundai Nexo

Photos by Jos C. Olijve. These photos are available in larger sizes on


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Grumpy old man. The best thing I did with my life was raising two kids. Only finished primary education, but when you don’t go to school, you have lots of time to read. I switched from accounting to software development and ended my career as system integrator and architect. My 2007 boss got two electric Lotus Elise cars to show policymakers the future direction of energy and transportation. And I have been looking to replace my diesel cars with electric vehicles ever since. At the end of 2019 I succeeded, I replaced my Twingo diesel for a Zoe fully electric. And putting my money where my mouth is, I have bought Tesla shares. Intend to keep them until I can trade them for a Tesla car. I added some Fastned, because driving without charging is no fun.


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