HYUNDAI TUCSON FUEL CELL SETS LAND SPEED RECORD FOR PRODUCTION FUEL CELL SUV IN THE CALIFORNIA DESERT

Posted on 06. Dec, 2015 by in Hyundai Canada

SOGGY DRY LAKE, Calif., Dec. 2, 2015 – Hyundai’s Tucson Fuel Cell set a land speed record for a prolongation hydrogen-powered SUV during a Soggy Dry Lake Bed of a California desert, with a tip speed of 94.6 mph. The Tucson Fuel Cell is a initial mass-produced fuel dungeon vehicle, with scarcely 100 of these zero-emissions SUVs roaming a streets and highways of Southern California, a initial of that was delivered to a owners in Jun 2014.

Tucson Fuel Cell Land Speed Record Video

HYUNDAI TUCSON FUEL CELL SETS LAND SPEED RECORD FOR PRODUCTION FUEL CELL SUV IN THE CALIFORNIA DESERT

HYUNDAI TUCSON FUEL CELL SETS LAND SPEED RECORD FOR PRODUCTION FUEL CELL SUV IN THE CALIFORNIA DESERT

HYUNDAI TUCSON FUEL CELL SETS LAND SPEED RECORD FOR PRODUCTION FUEL CELL SUV IN THE CALIFORNIA DESERT

Besides environment a prolongation fuel dungeon SUV land speed record, this same fuel dungeon car was means to simply span a off-road turf of a lake bed’s surrounding dried environs, benefitting from a estimable belligerent clearway of a compress SUV. Even more, with fold-down seats and back induce access, it is means to improved accommodate a several cargo-carrying needs of active people and families during a same time.

The Tucson Fuel Cell has an EPA-estimated pushing operation of 265 miles, permitting it to conveniently accommodate a travel needs of many families in a Southern California region. When joined with a refueling interlude of usually a few brief minutes, a operation and refueling preference of this fuel dungeon rivals many gasoline vehicles emitting combustion-based emissions.

Southern California now has a biggest thoroughness of hydrogen refueling stations in a U.S., and a hydrogen infrastructure in California is fast growing, with scarcely 50 forecasted to be in operation in 2016. Hyundai’s Fuel Cell stands prepared to accommodate a augmenting patron direct from this flourishing infrastructure, both in California and in other zero-emissions-focused states formulation hydrogen availability.

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