WATCH: Here's how Hyundai's new hydrogen fuel-cell car could help clean the air we breathe

<i>Image: Press Association</i>
<i>Image: Press Association</i>

Hyundai reveals London's dirtiest driving route and aims to help clean the air with its next-generation hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle - NEXO.

London based research shows the dirtiest driving route with a comprehensive map produced by University College London in partnership with Hyundai.

The green solution by the Korean manufacturer shows how much dirty air people breathe in on a daily basis due to pollution.

Clearing the air

The Nexo fuel cell demonstration helps clean the air showing just how much polluted air adults breathe in, in just one hour.

WATCH: Going the distance - Hyundai's hydrogen-powered Nexo SUV has an incredible 666km range

Hyundai is calling on the government to invest in more infrastructure to accommodate a bigger influx of hydrogen powered cars.

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