Hyundai Fuel Cell EV By Stevie Janowski on April 8th, 2011 Hyundai Motors is going from hybrid to all electric, and using fuel cells to do it. The auto maker unveiled its Blue2 fuel-cell electric sedan at the 2011 Seoul Motor Show. This further established the brand as a serious rival to major green-tech leaders Honda and Toyota. According to Gas2 (and the Hyundai press release): The Blue2 concept itself is powered by a 120 hp electric motor that Hyundai promises will deliver fuel efficiency equivalent to more than 80 mpg. Seriously rakish sheet metal drapes the FCEV powertrain, while the car’s interior features a new Transparent Organic Light Emitting Diode (TOLED) monitor in place of a traditional instrument cluster. The canopy and moonroof are made from lightweight, tempered “Gorilla Glass”, and the infotainment system is manipulated through something called a “Motion Sensor Moustick”, which responds to the driver’s touch and hand movements.