Hyundai has completed development of its Hyundai Tucson ix FCEV variant, its hydrogen-ix35, which of course is still under development. Top of Korea announced that with the arrival of the new party will also test the model, to put into production in 2015, after a pilot marketing in 2012. The new fuel cell SUV, represents the third generation of Hyundai vehicles.
With two hydrogen tanks at a pressure of 700 bar, the Tucson ix FCEV can boast ix declared the autonomy of 650 km. According to the house as the model is able to function without problems, even with outside temperatures of -25 ° C. The value of autonomy, one of the best of today’s fuel cell prototype, has a better understanding compared to the previous generation of hydrogen from Hyundai, which does not go beyond 370 km.
95% of the components of the advanced prototype has been produced in Korea and the volume of the organs that make up the fuel cell has been reduced by 20%. Consumption, the equivalent of 31 km with one liter of gasoline is reduced by 15% over the previous generation. The maximum Hyundai Tucson ix FCEV is 160 km / h.