Like the Toyota, as is Hyundai imagined their future cars to be as fuel-efficient and alternative fuel use hydrogen. Its mass production plans to realize the model 2015 Hyundai Tucson. With a single charge, at temperatures of -20, +40, can to cross 600 km. Not bad at all, and it’s going to show you in real life, we shall see. First of all, this is a great and beautiful model, well equipped as its predecessor.
It is expected that this car will have a range of 594km between charges of hydrogen fuel cells. This model will have the ability to be used in a temperature range of -20 to +40 degrees Celsius. Hyundai hopes to deliver around 10,000 such vehicles a year. Although official specs are far from being released, the Koreans claim that the Tucson FCEV will have a range of 369 miles (594 km) and a combined EPA fuel-economy rating of 71 mpg. The tank capacity is 12 pounds of hydrogen, at 10,000 psi. Refueling takes “a few minutes” at that pressure and the refuelling nozzle adheres to the global standard for filling stations. The stack gets its oxygen from ambient rather than compressed air, which means, Hyundai says, lower parasitic power loss. Passengers hear less noise because there is no compressor.
If Hyundai implement this idea into practice will become the first manufacturer to mass produce cars that will be used as fuel hydrogen. Passenger space is uncompromised, and the trunk floor is only a few inches higher. Hyundai joins Honda, Daimler, Nissan, and Toyota in working with European local and city governments to get a hydrogen refueling infrastructure in place. The Hyundai Tucson combines dynamic, sculpted, performance-oriented styling with thoughtful everyday utility to create a vehicle that will change the way consumers, especially younger car buyers, think about compact crossovers.