9670 Trask Avenue Garden Grove, CA 92844
The FCV's front intake grills deliver the outside air to the fuel cell stack.
When you pump hydrogen into the vehicle, the gas travels to a carbon-fiber reinforced fuel tanks where it's stored.
Hydrogen travels from the tanks to the fuel cell stack. There, it goes through a chemical reaction involving the oxygen in the air, creating electricity to power the vehicle.
When you put your foot on the gas pedal, electricity from the fuel cell stack is sent to the motor.
Heated outside mirrors with power-folding feature
LED headlamps with auto high-beam feature
Acoustic noise-reducing glass for the windshield, driver-side and front-passenger-side windows.
Premium audio system with Navigation, JBL and Entune App Suite.
Intelligent touch controls for climate and audio.
The cabin is equipped with a driver and front passenger Advanced Airbag System, front seat-mounted side airbags for the driver and front passenger, front and rear side curtain airbags, plus driver knee and front passenger seat-cushion airbags. They're all part of a system designed to help keep you safe.
8-way power-heated SofTex® seats with power lumbar
Our multi-patented, carbon-fiber-wrapped, polymer-lined tanks are built in a three-layer structure and absorb five times the crash energy of steel.
To prevent hydrogen from traveling to potentially damaged systems outside of the tank, the system automatically shuts the tank's hydrogen output valve.
All hydrogen-related parts are located outside the cabin and designed to help ensure leaked hydrogen doesn't build up.
Since the gas is lighter than air, it rapidly disperses, reducing the time window to cause damage in the event of an ignition.