Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Car Achieved Record Mileage

A fuel cell car, the Hyundai ix35 – (Tucson) – has achieved a record mileage on just its own tank of hydrogen.
The car is currently available in California for $499 per month.
The Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell drove 435 miles from Oslo in Norway to Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Drive took almost 10 hours, that’s an average speed of 47.22 mph.


Fuel cell cars are capable of refueling in minutes rather than the hours it takes battery-electric vehicles, hydrogen stations are still scarce, so the distance range is a real concern for potential car buyers. Range anxiety will be less of an issue than for battery-electric vehicle owners once more hydrogen stations will be opened next year.

There are only 15 hydrogen stations in the US, most of them are located in California.
Fuel cell cars offer the majority of drivers a way to own a zero-emission vehicle.

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The ix35 Fuel Cell, the world’s first mass-production fuel cell electric vehicle, was driven from Oslo in Norway to Copenhagen in Denmark via the Swedish cities of Malmo and Gothenburg and the trip took 10 hours taking in city and highway driving.

In April 2012, the same team of drivers, drove the fuel cell car from Oslo to Monaco, a distance of 1,404 miles, to demonstrate the usability of fuel cell cars and the refueling infrastructure.

The ix35 Fuel Cell is the latest model from a development program that began in 1998, and continues at the company’s research center in Korea.

In January last year the company became the world’s first automaker to begin mass production of zero-emission, hydrogen-powered vehicles.

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