Hyundai Tucson FCV Drivers Accumulate More Than Three Million Zero-Emission Miles By National H2 Day 2017 Hyundai Tucson FCV For National Hydrogen Day, Hyundai Tucson FCV drivers have accumulated more than three million miles on the roads and highways of both Southern and Northern California. These FCVs have emitted only clean water vapor, while reducing approximately 1,140 tons of CO2 emissions that would have been emitted by Tucson’s with gas engines. Hyundai has delivered more than 150 Tucson FCVs since its introduction as the first mass-produced fuel cell vehicle in the U.S. market in 2014. Hyundai service engineers receive periodic mileage updates from Tucson FCVs in Southern California, allowing them to calculate cumulative mileage totals as needed to assess fuel cell stack maintenance status. Hyundai Tucson FCV provides an estimated driving range of 265 miles between fill-ups while vehicle performance is minimally affected by either extreme hot or cold ambient temperatures. Even more important, the Tucson FCV can be refilled with H2 in less than five minutes. Finally, FCVs are production scalable from very small to very large vehicles.