Aiming to sell only 1,000 units of the Tucson FCEV in 2015, Hyundai hopes to deliver around 10,000 such vehicles a year. Although official specs are far from being released, the Koreans claim that the Tucson FCEV will have a range of 369 miles (594 km) and a combined EPA fuel-economy rating of 71 mpg. The crossover will reportedly operate in temperatures from minus 4 to 104 degrees (-20 to +40 Celsius).
“As far as consumer sales and leasing, these plans will take shape over the next few years as the hydrogen fueling infrastructure grows, making refueling more convenient for a larger group of consumers," Joyce said, adding that the company will be looking for fleet partners in California at first.
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