European Union officials will test drive Hyundai Motor's hydrogen-fueled cars.
Hyundai's popular sport utility vehicle, the Tucson iX 35, will be available to members of the European Parliament and European Commission from this year. This is the second time the European Commission selected the company to try out the benefits of hydrogen fuel cell technology.
The move is expected to help the Korean automaker promote its zero-emission cars in Europe.
Last month, Hyundai Motor became the first automaker to start mass production of hydrogen fuel cell cars and claims its technology is two years ahead of its rivals.