Hyundai’s first mass-produced Tucson fuel cell vehicles arrive in Southern California; $499/month, including H2

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The first of Hyundai’s Tucson Fuel Cell CUVs arrived in Southern California; first retail sales are expected in the next few weeks. Under the Hyundai leasing program, approved lessees can drive Hyundai’s next-generation Tucson Fuel Cell for $499 per month, including unlimited free hydrogen refueling and “At Your Service” valet maintenance at no extra cost. Tucson Fuel Cell owners will enjoy all the same services of the Hyundai Equus “At Your Service” valet program.

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Hyundai announces two more ways to get into an IONIQ Electric: ad-based car sharing and subscription ownership

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At AutoMobility LA, Hyundai announced two new ways for drivers to get into the new IONIQ Electric: the “Ioniq Unlimited” electric vehicle subscription , and a partnership with car-sharing service Waivecar.

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Hyundai launches new subscription program for Ioniq Electric

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Hyundai Motor America launched its new “Ioniq Unlimited+” electric vehicle subscription program for California residents. This innovative program offers a carefree way to drive Hyundai’s newest zero-emission, eco-focused vehicle; the 2017 Ioniq Electric. Hyundai designed the entire process to be transparent, stress-free and enjoyable. Scheduled maintenance.

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Hyundai delivers keys to first Tucson Fuel Cell customer; leasing for $499/mo, with unlimited free fueling; first drive

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First customer Tim Bush and family (center), with John Patterson (left) and Dave Zuchowski, president and CEO, Hyundai Motor America (right). Hyundai thus is first out the gate with the next wave of “mass-produced” fuel cell vehicles.

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Hyundai to offer Tucson Fuel Cell vehicle to LA-area retail customers in spring 2014; Honda, Toyota show latest FCV concepts targeting 2015 launch

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Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell. At the Los Angeles Auto Show, Hyundai announced plans to offer its next-generation Tucson Fuel Cell vehicle for the US market for $499 per month, including unlimited free hydrogen refueling and At Your Service Valet Maintenance at no extra cost.

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Hyundai introduces 2011 Elantra with 40 mpg highway as standard; 18% improvement compared with predecessor

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Hyundai staged the global debut of its fifth-generation, 2011 Elantra at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Using D-CVVT on both camshafts has several advantages when compared with using it just on the intake camshaft, Hyundai says. The Nu engine also features a maintenance-free silent timing chain system to enhance durability and improve Noise Vibration and Harshness (NVH). The 2011 Elantra is the first small car in the Hyundai lineup to receive a six-speed automatic.

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Hyundai Introduces 2011 Sonata at LA Auto Show with 4-Cylinder GDI Engine; GDI Turbo and Hybrid Powertrains Slated

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Hyundai Motor America President and CEO John Krafcik introduces the all-new 2011 Sonata along with Hyundai’s Fluidic Sculpture design language.

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ARB Chair Mary Nichols, CA officials leading hydrogen fuel cell vehicle rally from LA to Sacramento

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California Air Resources Board (ARB) Chair Mary Nichols today is leading a rally of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles with Energy Commissioner Janea Scott and Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) Deputy Director Tyson Eckerle on a 400-mile journey from Los Angeles to ARB headquarters in Sacramento in celebration of Earth Day. Fuel cell electric vehicles in the rally include models from Toyota, Hyundai, and Mercedes-Benz.

Next 10 report finds California will meet or exceed original target of 1.5M ZEVs by 2025

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Based on 12,330 miles driven per year, the pure battery electric Nissan Leaf has lower five-year and 10-year life cycle costs than the internal combustion Hyundai Elantra and the plug-in hybrid Chevrolet Volt, even without the federal government incentive. ZEVs require significantly less time and money spent on maintenance because they have only about 20 moving parts – about 1,800 fewer moving parts than traditional ICE vehicles.

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Electric-Car Fans Rally Around the Volt - Green Inc. Blog - NYTimes.com

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Also maintenance on these (no oil changes to speak of) etc will cost much less than an internal combution propelled car. Even in their resurrected state, they dont have a prayer against toyota, honda, hyundai, and their worst nightmare, CHINA… — Seren 21.

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How Carmakers Are Responding to the Plug-In Hybrid Opportunity

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Hyundai Partnering with Korean battery companies for hybrids. Hyundai top 12/18/07 Hyundai Motor, Koreas largest automaker, said it is considering developing a plug-in hybrid car, a move expected to follow bigger rivals such as Japans Toyota Motor and General Motors of the United States.

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