Hyundai to Offer Fuel-Cell Cars As Early as 2012
SEOUL (Reuters) - Hyundai, South Korea's top auto maker, plans to begin mass production of its fuel cell car model from 2012 at the earliest, a company official told Reuters on Thursday.
Global car makers such as Toyota and General Motors are developing environmentally friendly vehicles, under pressure to reduce harmful emissions produced by their cars amid fears of global warming.
"We will start mass production of a fuel cell model, like the i-blue, from 2012 at the earliest, or from 2015 at the latest," a Hyundai official said, asking not to be identified. He declined to provide price details, sales targets or development costs.
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