The police in Osnabruck has received a vehicle with fuel cell in the regular use. The Hyundai Nexo is said to be tackled one year for everyday use, said a spokesman for the police residence. He stobe "no exhaust gases and therefore no CO2 off", such a spokesman for the police directorate Osnabruck. Compared to an electric car, the "reach enormously and the refueling is done in minutes". The local emission freedom is just useful for use in the city. So far, police cars are used with fuel cells that are operated with hydrogen in Hamburg and Berlin.
The NEXO can store a total of 6.33 kg of hydrogen at 700 bar in its three tanks, the consumption in the WLTP indicates Hyundai with 0.95 kg H2. He comes with 666 kilometers in this cycle. The tank time should be at 3 to 5 minutes. The electric motor offers 120 kW and 395 nm, maximally reaches the NEXO thus 179 km / h. In the first quarter of 2020, the Hyundai was umused from the normal car to the radio strip car.
Officials who have already tested the patrol cars are done by the new emergency vehicle, heat it in a press release.
"The pollution burden in German inner states makes it clear how important it is also for the Lower Sachsian police to invest in alternative types of driving," said Interior Minister Boris Pistorius (SPD) to the Hyundai Nexo (Test), which was also procured with claims of the Federal Ministry of Transport. According to the Ministry of Interior, a collective application for the procurement of six hydrogen-operated fuel cell vehicles was placed. Currently, a strategy paper for further use of electric cars are developed.
The project of the Police Directorate Osnabruck is in the context of the National Innovation Program, hydrogen and fuel cell technology with a total of 20.460 euros required by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure.