Stellantis has started production on its mid-size and large hydrogen fuel cell vans in its Hordain (France) and Gliwice (Poland) plants. They feature a zero-emission range of up to 500 km, with a 4-5-minute refueling time. The manufacturer now has combustion, battery-electric, and hydrogen variants of its commercial vehicles.
In total, eight hydrogen fuel cell vans are available within the Stellantis range: the Citroën ë-Jumpy and ë-Jumper, the Fiat Professional E-Scudo and E-Ducato, the Opel/Vauxhall Vivaro and Movano, and the Peugeot E-Expert and E-Boxer.
All of these models were facelifted in October 2023, with more recognizable fascia for each brand, and feature a 400 km (mid-size) to 500 km (extensive) range, with a 4-5 minute refueling time.
This development comes as part of the Dare Forward 2030 strategy, which will see Stellantis transform into a one-stop shop for commercial vehicle customers (Pro One), including financing, software support, and in-house converting/upfitting to suit each customer’s needs.
A hydrogen offering for customers who need more uptime and lack charging possibilities can be seen as a valuable addition, especially as most competitors don’t yet have this type of drivetrain available. Renault’s Master H2-Tech is coming in 2025, and Ford only has a pilot program for a hydrogen-powered E-Transit in the UK.