Hyundai published a teaser on a hydrogen truckOctober 22, 2019
The South Korean novelty, called Neptune, in honor of the Roman god of the seas, will be officially presented on October 29 this year. Technical details about the car so far are kept in strict confidence.
Just a few days ago, our publication wrote that Hyundai representatives registered a new Neptune trademark. Now it is known for certain that the South Korean automaker plans to introduce the concept of an electric truck, which will receive the designation HDC-6 Neptune. The new zero-emission hydrogen-fueled debut on October 29 in Atlanta, USA.
Judging by the teaser, the appearance of the new truck will receive a design inspired by the 1930s streamliner rail trains. The arched upper part of the car is made in the Art Deco style, and the lower one reminds of General Motors futurlainers. The blue LED strip extends from the front to the rear of the truck, and there is a highlighted circle, which is probably the fuel tank cap.
At the moment, the technical characteristics of the new items are hidden, as are the details of whether Hyundai plans to present a production version of the concept or not.
Another rendering provided by Hyundai shows the interior of the concept, where there are several screens and a single-spoke steering wheel, including an emergency light button. Salon made in a minimalist style, apparently, devoid of any ordinary buttons and knobs and uses a pair of screens on the sides of the windshield frame, acting as mirrors.
A giant head-up display is also noticeable, showing many details about the fuel cell, as well as weather and a connected phone. Below is a storage area similar to a suitcase.
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