The Hydrogen fuel stored in it's tank is supplied to the fuel cell stack.
Inflow of air is supplied to the fuel cell stack
The reaction of air and hyrdogen in the fuel cell stack generates electricity and water.
The electricity generated is supplied to the motor and battery.
What comes out after all of this? Pure water.
SUV space with room for five and their gear.
Better tech is just one more way to maximize interior space.
A higher driver seating position helps you see more of the road.
Added flexibility makes loading people and cargo easier.
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.
Arrive safely and quickly thanks to Tucson’s brilliant technology. Like an integrated Bluetooth hands-free phone system that lets you take calls on the road, without taking your hands off the wheel. The available touchscreen navigation system and a premium audio system to keep you entertained every step of the way.
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.
The standard integrated Bluetooth® hands-free phone system with voice recognition lets you take calls and stream audio, without taking your hands off the wheel. There’s also a standard 5-inch color touchscreen audio systema. At the top of the tech wish list is the 8-inch color touchscreen navigation system with Android Auto® and Apple CarPlay®, and NavTraffic, which provides real-time road conditions to help you avoid traffic jams and provide a clear picture of alternative routes.
The first feature helps detect vehicles in the driver’s blind spot and provides an audible and a visual alert. When in reverse gear, Rear Cross-traffic Alert helps identify and warn of vehicles approaching from the side. Lane Change Assist measures the closing speed of an approaching vehicle in the adjacent lane to determine if changing lanes is safe and if it’s not, gives a warning the driver can both see and hear.
Get to your destination easier with voice-recognition—for directions without distractions. The interactive 8-inch touchscreen offers navigation and audio info on the same screen. Available apps include Pandora®, SoundHound and Yelp. Plus, SiriusXM Travel Link to search for local businesses, get current traffic, weather, stocks, sports—even fuel prices and movie times—all in real time.
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.