DRIVE THE WORLD’S FIRST MASS-PRODUCED
FUEL CELL COMPACT SUV.

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Winter White

Fuel cell technology that’s on the road now.

As the first mass-produced fuel cell vehicle and the first Compact SUV to ever offer fuel cell technology, the Tucson Fuel Cell is one of the most futuristic vehicles on the road today. While it performs just as strongly as an internal combustion engine, its only emission is water. And it’s just as quiet as a standard EV, while going farther on a single fuel fill-up versus a single full charge.

The amazing 2017 Tucson Fuel Cell

$499/month
  • Free Fuel
  • Free Concierge Maintenance
  • HOV Lane Access
36-month lease, $2,999 due at lease signing. Excludes fees and taxes.

Meet everyday superheroes. Powered by fuel cell.

See how fuel-cell superheroes are making the world a better place.

They are among us. Hidden in plain sight, boldly changing the world. They look like us. They drive like us. Their superpower: the fuel cell. Indeed, no one could possibly guess that hiding beneath the hood of this appealing Compact SUV lies what is potentially the most revolutionary fuel source on Earth.

Learn more about these everyday superheroes and the extremely efficient, environmentally friendly Compact SUV they drive.

The zero-emission miles are adding up.
This odometer shows how the drivers of the Tucson Fuel Cell are already doing their part to make our world a better
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Where to fill up now and down the road.

Northern CA
Southern CA
Available charging stations

Hayward Station 391 West A Street Hayward, CA 94541

South San Francisco - Shell 248 South Airport Boulevard South San Francisco, CA 94080

San Jose - 76 2101 North 1st Street San Jose, CA 95131

Campbell - Valero 2855 Winchester Boulevard Campbell, CA 95008

Saratoga - Mobil 12600 Saratoga Avenue Saratoga, CA 95070

West LA - Chevron 11261 Santa Monica Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90025

Anaheim - 76 3731 E. La Palma Anaheim, CA 92806

Burbank Station 145 West Verdugo Avenue Burbank, CA 91502

Costa Mesa - Valero 2050 Harbor Boulevard Costa Mesa, CA 92627

CSU L.A. Station 5151 State University Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90032

Diamond Bar - SCAQMD 21865 Copley Dr Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Fairfax - 76 7751 Beverly Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90036

Harbor City - Chevron 25800 Western Avenue Harbor City, CA 90710

Hollywood - Mobil 5700 Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90028

La Canada Flintridge - Arco 550 Foothill Boulevard La Canada Flintridge, CA 91011

Lake Forest - Chevron 20731 Lake Forest Drive Lake Forest, CA 92630

Long Beach - Arco 3401 Long Beach Boulevard Long Beach, CA 90807

Newport Beach - Shell 1600 Jamboree Blvd Newport Beach, CA 92660

Riverside 8095 Lincoln Ave Riverside, CA 92504

Playa Del Rey - Shell 8126 Lincoln Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90045

San Juan Capistrano - 76 26572 Junipero Serra Road San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

Santa Monica - Chevron 1819 Cloverfield Boulevard Santa Monica, CA 90404

South Pasadena 1200 Fair Oaks Avenue South Pasadena, CA 91030

Torrance - Shell 2051 West 190th Street Torrance, CA 90504

UC Irvine Station 19172 Jamboree Road Irvine, CA 92612

Woodland Hills - Chevron 5314 Topanga Canyon Boulevard Woodland Hills, CA 91367

Highlights

Wave wrap
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Wrap yours in sustainable style.

These two new vehicle wraps are a beautiful way to draw attention to the Tucson Fuel Cell’s benefits for the environment and your pioneering spirit. Choose from two wrap designs: The Wave themed wrap is available with all vehicle colors, while the Topography themed wrap is only available on Winter White and Chromium Silver vehicles. And best of all, the wrap and installation are included at no additional cost. Just select your preference when you fill out your driver’s application. Want to go incognito? That’s OK, just mark your choice on the application.

A higher driver seating position helps you see more of the road
SUV space with room for five and their gear
Added flexibility makes loading people and cargo easier
Better tech is just one more way to maximize interior space
From a family road trip to a charity food drive to a weekend camping expedition, the Tucson Fuel Cell has plenty of useful interior space with seats for five. And you can make better use of all that space with a split fold-down rear seatback. So, wherever you’re headed, whatever you’re doing, go ahead and load it up because you’ve got the room, utility and comfort of one very flexible SUV.

Why the Tucson Fuel Cell is a better choice than Toyota Mirai?

Safety: Another essential element.

The Tucson Fuel Cell has passed numerous on-road tests for safety and durability conducted over an accumulated distance of 2 million miles. Plus, with features like its high-strength carbon fiber-wrapped fuel tank and several safety systems designed to protect passengers and first responders, the Tucson Fuel Cell is as safe as any vehicle on the road.

Welcome to driving solo in the HOV lanes.

While the Tucson Fuel Cell’s motor performs just as strongly as an internal combustion engine, its only emission is water. And it’s just as quiet as a standard EV, while going farther on a single fuel fill-up versus a single full charge. Plus, the Tucson Fuel Cell qualifies for federal rebates and you can register it to drive solo in HOV lanes.

Who has time to wait?

It takes less than 10 minutes to fully fill the Tucson Fuel Cell, compared to current EVs, which require up to 3 hours with a 240V charge, or up to 14 hours with a 110V charge.

265 miles on one tank. Gotta love that.

As the first mass-produced hydrogen powered vehicle on the road, the driving range of the Tucson Fuel Cell is up to 265 miles;* similar to many cars available today, yet its only emission is water.

Tucson Fuel Cell sets a new world record.

Witness the incredible. In this video, the Hyundai team goes where none have dared to venture before. Watch them drive the Tucson Fuel Cell to a new world land speed record at Soggy Dry Lake in California.

Specifications

Dimensions

Powertrain

Fuel System:
Hydrogen Fuel Cell
Fuel Cell Type:
Proton Exchange Membrane
Fuel Cell Stack Power (max):
100 kW
Electric Motor Type:
Induction
Electric Motor Power (max):
134 hp
Maximum Hydrogen Storage Capacity:
12.4 lb. (5.63 kg.) at 10,000 psi
Battery Type:
Li-On Polymer
Battery Energy:
0.95 (kWh)
Battery Power (max):
24 kW
Battery Capacity:
60 AH

Performance

Horsepower (est.):
134 hp @ 5,000 RPM*
Torque (est.):
221 @ 1,000 RPM*
CO2 Emission (g/mile):
0
Max Driving Range (per tank):
265 miles**
Max Vehicle Speed (mph):
100
Acceleration (0-62 mph):
12.5 sec
Transmission:
Single-speed
Drivetrain:
FWD
Miles-per-gallon Equivalent
49 city / 51 hwy / 50 comb
Hydrogen Tank Capacity
140 liters / 37 gallons

Safety Features

  • The comprehensive Vehicle Stability Management (VSM) system kicks in to help give you more control when you need it most. The VSM links Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and Motor-Driven Power Steering (MDPS) to help provide optimal stability, improve brake performance and acceleration or even increase steering power.
  • ESC helps compensate for over or understeering by predicting your intended path and applying just the right amount of braking force to individual wheels to help you maintain control.
  • ESC also includes a Traction Control System (TCS). When roads get slick, TCS activates to help reduce wheelspin and help give you the stable acceleration you need. So even when the weather gets bad, Traction Control will help give you commanding performance on the road.
  • Emergency braking can cause a vehicle’s wheels to lock up and skid, resulting in a loss of steering control right when you need it most. ABS helps prevent your wheels from locking up under hard braking. Instead, it rapidly pulses the brakes so you can steer safely to a stop.
  • The front airbags feature the Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) which is designed to work with the three-point seatbelt system. The SRS deploys in certain frontal and/or side-impact conditions where significant injury is likely. The SRS is not a substitute for seatbelts, which should be worn at all times. The integrated Occupant Classification System (OCS) adjusts the force of deployment depending on the size of the front seat passenger. Should the front seat be unoccupied, the passenger airbag won’t activate at all, saving on future repair costs.
  • Despite all of the Tucson Fuel Cell’s advanced preventative safety features, sometimes accidents are just unavoidable. That’s why we’ve loaded the interior with dual front, side-impact and side-curtain airbags to help keep you and your passengers safe.
  • This feature gives you added confidence by minimizing vehicle roll back when starting from a stop on an incline.
  • In emergency braking situations, many drivers may not hit the brakes hard enough to achieve the shortest possible stopping distance. Brake Assist (BA) senses emergency braking and immediately applies the maximum braking force to help you stop in time.

FAQs: Answers on demand

  • When will the Tucson Fuel Cell be available?
    The Tucson Fuel Cell is currently being leased in select areas in California. It will be available in other regions as fueling infrastructure becomes available.
  • How much does the Tucson Fuel Cell lease cost?
    The Tucson Fuel Cell is only available for a 36-month lease, $499 per month and $2,999 due at lease signing. This will include all maintenance, fuel, carpool lane access, and “At Your Service” concierge service for regularly scheduled complimentary maintenance and vehicle service.
  • Is it possible to purchase the Tucson Fuel Cell?
    No, at this time the vehicle is only available for lease. In addition, there is no purchase option at the end of the lease.
  • Where do I have to live in order to lease a Tucson Fuel Cell?
    The Tucson Fuel Cell will initially be available only in select areas in California due to the current availability of public hydrogen refueling stations. In the future, the Tucson Fuel Cell will be available in other areas as public refueling infrastructure expands beyond select areas in California. Please refer to Hyundai.com for vehicle availability by zip code.
  • How and when can I place an order for the Tucson Fuel Cell?
    Due to limited vehicle availability and an emerging refueling infrastructure, anyone interested in leasing the Tucson Fuel Cell should go to Hyundai.com and enter their name, email address and zip code. An application will be made available to those who sign up. The names of those who qualify will be placed in a drawing which will take place near the vehicle launch date.
  • How far can you drive on one fill-up in the Tucson Fuel Cell?
    The Tucson Fuel Cell has an estimated driving range of approximately 265 miles depending on driving conditions.
  • How long does it take to fill up the Tucson Fuel Cell?
    Refueling with hydrogen is similar to refueling a conventional gasoline powered vehicle. The Tucson Fuel Cell is capable of refueling from empty in less than 10 minutes.
  • What happens if I run out of fuel in the Tucson Fuel Cell?
    If the vehicle runs out of fuel, it will need to be towed on a flatbed to the nearest refueling station.
  • Are there any special maintenance requirements for the Tucson Fuel Cell?
    No, servicing the Tucson Fuel Cell is similar to the conventional vehicle. Typical items include servicing the brakes, replacing the cabin air filter, replacing the coolant, etc.
  • What impact does the Tucson Fuel Cell leave on the environment?
    The Tucson Fuel Cell does not emit any harmful greenhouse gas emissions such as carbon dioxide. Instead, water is the only emission.
  • How long has the fuel cell technology been around?
    Although fuel cells sound like a modern innovation, the first fuel cell was developed in the 1840s. NASA became the first to put fuel cells in use with the Gemini and Apollo spacecrafts, Skylab and the Space Shuttles. In the 1960s, auto companies began working with fuel cells in vehicles. Over the decades, fuel cells have become smaller, more powerful and longer lasting.
  • What other features help make the Tucson Fuel Cell more efficient?
    The Tucson Fuel Cell is equipped with a stop/start mode that shuts down the fuel cell stack and uses battery power when idling, minimizing energy loss in city driving. Additionally, the high-voltage battery is charged by the electric motor while braking, in Regeneration mode.
  • What makes Hyundai’s Tucson Fuel Cell different from others?
    Fuel cell technology is simple and there are many similarities among the various automakers’ fuel cell designs. The Hyundai fuel cell has one major difference compared to its competitors: The Hyundai fuel cell uses near ambient air pressure to provide oxygen to the fuel cell stack compared to fuel cell systems that use compressed air. Compressing air requires additional energy. Hyundai’s design results in low parasitic loss in the oxygen supply, which leads to high fuel efficiency and reduces power consumption by 50 percent. This setup also reduces noise in the cabin.
  • How safe is the Fuel Cell technology?
    Hyundai Fuel Cell vehicles have been subjected to extensive safety testing, including destructive and non-destructive evaluations at the component, system and vehicle level. There are many internal safety mechanisms to ensure the safety of the vehicle. All Hyundai vehicles complete a rigorous crash test program before they are ever driven on public roads. The Tucson Fuel Cell has undergone crash tests for offset-frontal, side and rear impact, as well as fire tests. Also, there are several impact sensors. In event of a crash, the sensors stop the release of hydrogen from the tanks.
  • How safe is hydrogen?
    Like any fuel, hydrogen requires proper handling and a safe system design for production, storage and usage. Hydrogen, if properly handled, is as safe as gasoline, diesel or natural gas—and in some instances even safer. For decades, hydrogen has been shipped and used safely in the United States for use in everything from welding to hydrogenated peanut butter. More than 70 million gallons of hydrogen are transported every year. Hydrogen is the most common element in the universe, and it’s also the lightest—even lighter than helium. This means that if there’s a leak in a storage tank, the hydrogen dissipates quickly into the air, without polluting.
  • Are the hydrogen storage tanks safe?
    Yes, the tanks are very safe. There have been no reported cases of catastrophic failure of a storage tank. If a leak occurs, there is almost no risk of explosion because hydrogen is lighter than air and rises immediately, minimizing the risk of explosion. If the Tucson Fuel Cell is stored in an enclosed space, four onboard hydrogen sensors are designed to detect leaks and sound an alarm.


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