He Hyundai SUV with cevf technology will be renewed for the year model 2024. Currently, the development of Hyundai Nexus 2024 is underway, and despite the fact that the company is facing more problems than expected, it continues to progress at a good pace, as shown by the first spy images of the vehicle.
From South Korea the first spy photos of the Nexus They show a test specimen captured in broad daylight. The hydrogen SUV is parked in a public parking lot, and of course, it did not go unnoticed. Spy photographers took advantage of the moment to capture shots of both the exterior and interior of the vehicle.
2024 Hyundai Nexo spy images
Off the bat, the exterior is identical to the model currently in dealerships. Something that was to be expected because the main changes are oriented to the interior and, above all, to the propulsion system. When we go to the cabin they wait for us interesting news that raise doubts about whether Hyundai’s plans involve integrating the Hydrogen Nexus into the growing IONIQ family of electric cars.
And it is that, it is logical to question this if it is equipped with a IONIQ steering wheel. On the other hand, it also has a renewed double screen system. However, there is no need to rush to conclusions either, since it is likely that elements such as the steering wheel are temporary and that in the end, the Nexo will not join the IONIQ range. In that case, the production steering wheel would sport the Hyundai badge.
It should be noted that the new dual screen system is turned off, therefore it is not possible to delve deeper into the changes. The current Nexus combines two LCD screens: a 7-inch digital instrument cluster with a 12.3-inch multimedia screen used by the infotainment system.
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Fuel system of the new Nexo 2024
Apart from the possible modifications that could take place in the body and the cabin, what is really important is under the hood, in the hydrogen fuel cell system. According to the latest news, Hyundai would have been forced to delay the launch of the Nexus. Supposedly, the information would point to problems with the development of the vehicle’s fuel cells.
The current Nexo employs a 120 kW (163 Hp) electric motor, and power to power the motor comes from a 40 kWh lithium-ion battery. Said battery is recharged through a fuel cell that uses hydrogen. In addition, it has various tanks to store hydrogen.
In line with the above, and if everything goes according to plan, the new Nexus would be arriving at dealerships at some point in the year 2024. Although there are still at least 11 more months to go before that moment arrives. Stay tuned for news.