The van, which is equipped with a fuel cell system from Hyundai, is said to have a range of up to 350 kilometers.
In March 2022, the two car manufacturers Iveco and Hyundai announced their cooperation in the field of electric drives. At the Commercial Vehicles IAA in Hanover, the partners presented another model from this collaboration in the form of a ready-to-drive prototype, the Iveco Daily FCEV.
Small series from 2023
The E-Daily FCEV prototype is equipped with Hyundai's 90 kW hydrogen fuel cell system and a 140 kW electric motor. Six tanks offer a combined storage capacity of twelve kilograms of hydrogen. The built-in battery pack is contributed by FPT Industrial, the drive brand of the Iveco Group.,
The prototype with a permissible total weight of 7.2 tons has already been tested in Europe and confirms a maximum range of 350 kilometers and a maximum payload of three tons and a refueling time of up to 15 minutes. This means that the fuel cell transporter should be an alternative to the purely battery-powered E-Daily when it comes to transporting heavy payloads over longer distances.
The Iveco E-Daily FCEV is to be built as a small series from 2023. It will then go into test operation with selected customers.,
Iveco and Hyundai have collaborated to develop an electrically powered Daily that draws its energy from a fuel cell. The range should be around 350 kilometers. As a small series for a broad test, the E-Daily FCEV should come at the end of 2023.