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Sat Sep 8, 2018, 10:11 PM

Hyundai NEXO- Fully Charged. Robert Llewellyn discusses H2 cars, buses and storing renewable energy



Hyundai Nexo- the first SAE Level 4 Self Driving Vehicle in the world. Most other manufacturers are struggling with SAE Level 2.



Hydrogen- the next big thing™. You read it here first.

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Reply Hyundai NEXO- Fully Charged. Robert Llewellyn discusses H2 cars, buses and storing renewable energy (Original post)
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Butchie_T Sep 2018 #2
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Da Mannn Sep 2018 #4
SatansSon666 Sep 2018 #5

Response to Aquila (Original post)

Sat Sep 8, 2018, 11:02 PM

1. I plan to keep my bot-new 2006 Hyundai Azera for the next eight years, at least, by then we'll see..

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Response to Gamle-ged (Reply #1)

Sat Sep 8, 2018, 11:07 PM

2. I have the 2012 model but well be trading it in next year for..

A Hyundai Kona.

Awesome vehicles. We also have a 2017 Santa Fe, it’s a fantastic vehicle as well.

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Response to Butchie_T (Reply #2)

Sat Sep 8, 2018, 11:20 PM

3. I keep a car forever! More or less. Had a bot-new 1977 Honda Accord that finally expired at the...

… 328,000 mile point with just under 19 years, but I did have the engine replaced with a new engine and the transmission with a used tranny. Took that car to Italy for two years, drove around Europe with it.

That car overlapped by about 6 years with a 1990 Accord bot with 28k miles on it. THAT car I eventually used as a hauler to move most of the smaller household items in U-Haul trailers, eight trips from San Antonio to SW Florida, then two larger U-Haul truck loads, the 2nd load while towing the Accord to Florida, all this in 1999.

Shortly after I bought my Azera, I sold the '90, original engine and transmission, at 245,000 miles...

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Response to Aquila (Original post)

Sat Sep 8, 2018, 11:28 PM

4. Hydrogen make so much more sense than batteries or hybrids

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Response to Da Mannn (Reply #4)

Sun Sep 9, 2018, 12:00 AM

5. It's only the most abundant element in the universe.

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