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Hyundai Germany and Endemol Beyond produce another long-form, movie-themed ad, this time for the Hyundai Tucson. It's weird, and it's really cool.


No California Dreamin' For Frustrated FCEV Drivers

Hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle drivers are having problems finding working filling stations for their cars.


Hyundai doubles down on crossovers with the third-generation Tucson. We put it to the test in Minnesota.


The 2016 Hyundai Tucson not only wears some handsome new styling, but it gets a more efficient 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder for most trims. Base models start at $23,595.


The Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell is massively missing its sales targets. Since 2013, the company has moved 273 of them worldwide, but the original goal was to sell 1,000 units by the end of 2015.


Rumor has it that Hyundai is going to add a third vehicle at its Montgomery, AL factory to accommodate an SUV or CUV.


Hyundai has finally issued an update to its compact Tucson, introducing the Euro-market version at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.


Hyundai is spilling the beans about the European-spec version of the next-gen Tucson ahead of its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. It should give some idea of what US buyers can expect from the future CUV.


Hyundai is taking inspiration from the Intrado Concept for the shape of the next-gen Tucson. The Korean brand is teasing the upcoming CUV's debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, and the vehicle features more muscular proportions, narrow headlights and squared-off wheel wells.


Hydrogen CUV Now A Lot Cheaper In Its Home Market

Hyundai will make an enormous price cut to the fuel-cell-powered Tucson crossover in its home market, with the effect expected to spread to Europe, as well.


Hyundai may be based in South Korea, but the automaker is touting hydrogen fuel-cell technology as an all-American benefit and is getting some help from the US government to do so. The company said this week that it's collaborating with the US Department of Energy and the House Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Caucus at promoting fuel-cell technology. The timing is good because Hyundai just started selling the first mass-produced fuel-cell vehicle sold/leased in the US (unless you count the Honda FCX Clar


Dealer Added $70 A Month To Advertised Price, Which Tipped The Scales

They say you can always tell the pioneers. They're the ones with the arrows in their backs. Unfortunately, that was our experience pursuing – and eventually rejecting – the new hydrogen fuel cell-powered Hyundai Tucson.


Love it or hate it, the Nissan Juke has drawn attention to itself and to its maker. Little wonder, then, that Hyundai wants to follow a similar formula.


In case you somehow missed it, Hyundai has enjoyed a long and fruitful relationship with The Walking Dead, the critically acclaimed zombie apocalypse show that entertains the masses while they're waiting for the next season of Game of Thrones. Fans of the show will recognize Rick, Michonne, Carol, Maggie and Glenn's mint green Hyundai Tucson, a staple vehicle for the crew of survivors, but the relationship between manufacturer and show goes far beyond that. There's a whole line of Zombie Surviva


It Sure Seems Like Honda Has Reason To Gripe About Hyundai's Claim

Last month, Hyundai said that the initial deliveries of the Tucson Fuel Cell vehicles in California meant that, "For the first time, retail consumers can now put a mass-produced, federally-certified hydrogen fuel cell vehicle in their driveways." But try telling that to Jon Spallino.


A Crossover That Sips Hydrogen And Drips Water

Hyundai leased its first Tucson Fuel Cell crossover last week, which the automaker claims makes it the first mass-produced fuel cell vehicle (FCV) that has been offered to the public (Honda may have something to say about that...). The vehicle, which consumes hydrogen and emits only clean water vapor from its exhaust pipe, will initially only be offered for lease in Los Angeles and Orange Counties – two regions with the greatest density of approved hydrogen stations in the country –


With expected pomp and circumstance, but short of a marching band, Hyundai delivered its first Tucson Fuel Cell crossover to the Bush family in Southern California on Tuesday. Dave Zuchowski, president and chief executive officer of Hyundai Motor America, was on hand to officiate along with an array of other government officials, including California Air Resources Board chairman Mary Nichols. The automaker is touting the emissions-free vehicle as the "world's only mass-produced fuel cell vehicle

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