HYUNDAI NEXO WATER PRODUCED BY DRIVER LESS CAR COULD BE STORED AND USED TO DRINK

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Commuters could soon be taken to work in a driver less car which is so clean they could relax on the journey with a cup of tea brewed using water from the tailpipe.
The state-of-the-art Hyundai Nexo is a crossover SUV vehicle which runs on electrical energy generated by hydrogen fuel cells. 
Unlike traditional combustion engines, hydrogen cars don’t emit carbon dioxide or nitrogenous oxide so its only by-product is water vapor.
The water produced by Nexo could even be stored and used later to pour on plants or even used to make a cup of tea or coffee.  
Hyundai has also just showcased its ‘level 4’ autonomous driving technology using Nexo as the test bed.
This is when a vehicle performs all safety-critical driving functions and monitors roadway conditions for an entire trip.
On this occasion a fleet of Nexo vehicles self-drove 118 miles from Seoul to Pyeongchang, home of the Winter Olympics 2018, in South Korea.
The cars safely reached speeds of almost 70 mph on the route, which included built up areas and open roads. This is the first time in the world that this level of autonomy has been achieved with fuel cell electric vehicles.
It is expected that, by 2021, Nexo will be available with level 4 autonomous capability.
From launch, the Nexo will feature semi-autonomous technology such as Lane Following Assist and Highway Driving Assist.
The 'Lane Following Assist’ is a piece of technology which automatically adjusts steering to keep the car in the center of its lane. 
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Posted 08 Oct 2018

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