By Mark GailmanThe electric snowplow was introduced by Hyundai in the United States in 2003.
The technology works by harnessing the power of sunlight to melt snow, which releases electricity and sparks a flamethrower when it hits the snow.
It is widely considered the best-selling vehicle in the U.S. today, and has been used to clear snow from the ground and to clear the sidewalks of cars.
But the company has struggled to develop a reliable and efficient electric snow plow.
Now, the company is turning to the Internet to develop its own technology.
A prototype electric snow-blower is being tested by the company in a test track in the Netherlands.
The goal is to produce and test a commercial electric snow machine by 2021, the startup said in a blog post on Tuesday.
Hyundai said the prototype was built with high-tech sensors, a new form of electric powertrain, and a “superconducting motor” to ensure it can withstand the extreme temperatures.
The electric snow vehicle has the potential to be an alternative to traditional gas-powered vehicles.
The company said it is not working on a commercial product yet, but it hopes to eventually.
Hydeis engineers also have the ability to take a test drive on a prototype electric car, the blog post said.
The new electric vehicle can be used to test and confirm the powertrain before it is delivered to the company, the post said, citing Hyundai’s engineers.
Hyundai said the car will be available to the public by the end of 2021.