The Hyundai Tuscon Fuel Cell Coming Soon is like other electric cars in that it drives with hushed civility and slightly characterless sense of function which is actually common to the EV’s. The major difference here is the three number figures which is displayed in the front and center of the dash. Despite gong half empty on a brief sprint around a closed course, the Hyundai Tucson Hydrogen Fuel Cell claimed that it still had enough juice in the system to go for another 240 miles. When you brim the tank, the Hydrogen fuel cell Hyundai will go for a total of 360 miles. In short, this s one of the most fuel economic vehicles that will breach the market, revolutionizing the energy needs of vehicles in the market.
The Tucson uses the same in house developed fuel cell stack lithium polymer battery as well as a hydrogen tank which is capable of carrying 12.3 pounds of gas similar to the European counterpart. The energy output is 134 horsepower and 221 pounds-feet of torque through the same electric motor. Because the 100 kilowatt requires a lot of oxygen in order to mix with the on board supply of hydrogen, Hyundai Tuscon Fuel Cell Coming Soon utilizes a the 21kw lithium-ion battery and this is mainly for pulling away as well as supplementation of hard acceleration.
The Tucson fuel cell hydrogen tank and the lithium polymer battery consume a lot of the underbody space. However, it employs the reasoning of other hydrogen fuel cell vehicles soon to hit the market by increasing the trunk space to cater for alternative fuel tanks and placing the fuel stacks underneath the rear seats. This is to maintain a certain level of comfort as seen within the conventional sedans. The Hyundai Tuscon Fuel Cell Coming Soon also comes with a standard complement of entertainment and convenience features like the dual automatic climate zone, cruise control and infotainment options. For more information on the Hyundai Tucson, or to take a look at other cars visit us at Larson Hyundai. The cars are available at the following locations: Edgewood, Tacoma, Puyallup, Sumner, Federal Way.