The Hyundai Nexo received an update, and now the hydrogen fuel cell powered model will increase its range to 1,000 km and its body will evolve, becoming an SUV.
It is worth noting that the Nexo is currently one of the few cars available on the market with a hydrogen fuel cell.
According to images leaked on Twitter, the model perfectly matches Hyundai's current design, but we'll have to wait a while for the automaker's official announcement.
Image reveals what the renewed Hyundai Nexo will look like
As we can see in the image, the new Nexo evolves in line with the rest of the manufacturer's range.
In fact, some lines resemble the Hyundai Ioniq 7, a concept that has not yet been presented. Now, the Hyundai Nexo can be much sportier and more dynamic thanks to its aggressive lines.
It is true that the hydrogen infrastructure is still very limited, so the model does not reach huge sales figures, the same as the Toyota Mirai.
The current Hyundai Nexo is an SUV that due to its dimensions can be considered a D-segment SUV.
It measures 4.67 meters in length, one centimeter longer than a Mercedes-Benz GLC, 1.86 in width and 1.64 in width.
Technically, the model has an electric motor with 120 kW of power (163 hp), a hydrogen tank with a capacity of 156.6 liters and a 1.56 kWh battery.
But these numbers tend to be improved, as the model will have a great range of 1,000 km.
The power will have to be in sync, as the set will weigh almost two tons.
Based on the fact that Hyundai has yet to officially comment on the generational change of the model, an official presentation cannot be expected for this year, unless it comes as a surprise.
So, to find out if this is a real leak or just rumors, we'll have to wait a little longer.