Hyundai has announced the arrival of the Tucson Fuel Cell vehicle, which arrived yesterday at a port near Los Angeles.
Hyundai has announced the arrival of the Tucson Fuel Cell vehicle, which arrived yesterday at a port near Los Angeles. The Tucson Fuel Cell will be the first mass-produced vehicle to go on sale in the U.S. with the first delivery expected in the next few weeks.
The Tucson Fuel Cell is available to buyers in Southern California for a $499 a 36-month lease with $2,999 down that includes free hydrogen refueling.
“Hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles represent the next generation of zero-emission electric vehicle technology, and we’re proud of our leadership role in this important segment of the alternative fuel vehicle market,” said Mike O’Brien, vice president, corporate and product planning, Hyundai Motor America. “The range and refueling time of our Tucson Fuel Cell compare favorably with gasoline vehicles, making them a seamless transition from traditional gasoline-powered vehicles. We’re excited to provide customers in Southern California a way to transition to a zero-emission vehicle with minimal compromises.”