First Hydrogen Corp. - CEO of Automotive, Steve Gill.
CEO of Automotive, Steve Gill.
Source: Hydrogen Central
  • First Hydrogen Corp. (FHYD) has received the initial Generation II images for its hydrogen fuel cell vehicle (FCEV), designed in collaboration with EDAG Group
  • The first released images show the next generation’s front and rear detail
  • The company’s Generation I FCEVs are currently undergoing mileage accumulation and testing before commencing operational trials
  • As of next month, the vans will be placed with fleet operators in the UK
  • First Hydrogen Corp. (FHYD) is down 1.41 per cent, trading at $4.18 per share as of 2:16 p.m. EST

First Hydrogen (FHYD) has received the initial Generation II images for its hydrogen fuel cell vehicle (FCEV), designed in collaboration with EDAG Group.

The first released images show the next generation’s front and rear detail. The front view features a smart digital panel, which shows the configuration of daytime running lights designed to give the van a recognizable face and identity, as well as outstanding visibility.

The rear elevation reveals vertical taillights on either side of the main cargo access point. The design follows function as it accommodates different types of doors, including tailgates, barn doors and roller shutters.

Source: First Hydrogen Corp.

Steve Gill, CEO of Automotive for First Hydrogen, commented,

“Following the success of our Generation, I demonstrator vans that prove our concept and technology capabilities, with this next series of vehicles, our goal is to provide the commercial van market with a complete solution for operational flexibility… the vehicle configuration and signature light panels show a solid standout design that is iconic and will be a real head turner.”

The company’s Generation I FCEVs are currently undergoing mileage accumulation and testing before commencing operational trials. As of next month, the vans will be placed with fleet operators from the UK Aggregated Hydrogen Freight Consortium, which includes supermarkets, utility providers, roadside assistance and healthcare services.

The trials will allow operators to experience hydrogen transport solutions first-hand and help and provide data to inform the development and production of its future vehicles.

First Hydrogen Corp. (FHYD) is down 1.41 per cent, trading at $4.18 per share as of 2:16 p.m. EST.


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