The carmaker also introduced a new battery-powered midsized bus, the County EV, which has been revamped from the previous diesel model to have a body that is 60 centimeters longer.
County EV is attached with a 128kWh battery and can go up to 200 kilometers on a single charge. Fully charging the County EV takes 72 minutes.
The carmaker said such commercial vehicles will cater to different passenger needs, such as for long-distance traveling and transporting passengers in the downtown area. Hyundai Motor said it would apply hydrogen fuel cell technology in midsized and large trucks and express buses, so that the vehicles can cover long distances.