Upcoming New Hyundai Hydrogen Fuel Cell to be Paired With New Car

Hyundai changed the game when they released the Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell Vehicle, and now, they are working on their second fuel-cell-powered model. We don’t know much about it yet, but we do know that it will debut at the 2018 Winter Olympics.

 

According to Hyundai Eco-vehicle Development Director Ahn Byung-ki, the new fuel cells will be smaller and made of less platinum, and they will be paired up with an electric motor – which will also be smaller.

 

As for the model that it will go into, it appears that Hyundai is coming up with something totally new. Rumor has it that the new Hyundai hydrogen fuel cell model will be some sort of crossover SUV.

 

Hyundai’s mission is to create a vehicle that can drive for 400 miles without needing to stop for gas. We hope this is the car they are talking about!

 

To learn more about what Hyundai has in store, contact us or visit us anytime at SouthTowne Hyundai.

Hyundai Hydrogen Fuel Cell

Recognize These Heat Exhaustion Symptoms And Know When to Grab a Drink

Though the summer months are slowly fading away, they seem to be leaving the heat behind. The possibility of heat exhaustion is as strong as ever, and yes, you can get heat exhaustion while driving.

 

The major form of heat exhaustion that most people tend to think about is related to water depletion, but you can also get heat exhaustion from salt depletion. This is why it is important to keep a sports drink on hand.

 

Some of the heat exhaustion symptoms include: cool, damp skin; excess sweating; dizziness; fatigue; rapid pulse; muscle cramps; nausea; and headaches. If you or a friend is experiencing these symptoms, try to cool down as quickly as possible.

 

Drink water and remember to keep your salt levels in check. If you have only been drinking water all day – you may be in serious need of electrolytes.

 

For more car safety tips, contact us or visit us anytime at SouthTowne Hyundai.

Heat Exhaustion Symptoms