Hydrogen Motor

Buses

Mercedes-Benz Citaro G BlueTec Hybrid(2008)

The Mercedes-Benz (Daimler AG) Citaro G BlueTec Hybrid is equipped with a technologically highly sophisticated, serial hybrid-drive system which uses electric wheel hub motors. It's capable of emissions-free operation under battery power alone over short distances. The diesel engine doesn't operate as a drive unit, but instead powers the generator to produce electricity as required. --->more

Citaro G BlueTec Hybrid

Citaro G BlueTec Hybrid
Power output 320 kw
Torque 810 Nm at 1.600 rpm
0-100 km  
Top speed  
Range  

 

 

Mercedes-Benz Citaro Fuel Cell (2006)

 

The Citaro Fuel Cell, the official name O 530 BZ and was in the presentation as Fuel CellBus and is the successor to the Nebus. So far built 37 vehicles (a prototype vehicles and 12x 3) demonstrated the suitability for daily use in nine European cities (Amsterdam, Barcelona, Hamburg, London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Porto, Stockholm, Stuttgart) in the CUTE project and in Reykjavik in ECTOS project, and in Perth (Australia) Project STEP and UNEP in Beijing (China). --->more

Mercedes-Benz Citaro Fuel Cell

Mercedes-Benz Citaro Fuel Cell
Power output Fuel cell: 250 kW
Electric motor: 205 kW
Torque --
0-100 km  
Top speed80 km/h
Range 200

 

 

Toyota FCHV-BUS (2006)

Specifically, the FCHV-BUS (short for "fuel cell hybrid vehicle - bus") will cover the entire "Tokoname Bus Route", from the "Chitahanda" stop to the route's terminal "Centrair" stop, as well as a circular route on the airport's man-made island. The bus will be operated by Chitanoriai Co., Ltd. (Chitanoriai), with which TMC and Hino teamed up to operate the bus from March 9 to 22 around Centrair as part of the Fuel Cell Vehicle Practical Application Promotion Project of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MLIT). --->more

Toyota FCHV-BUS

Toyota FCHV-BUS
Engine/Motor Hino Blue Ribbon City (low-floor commuter bus)
Power output 80kW x 2
Torque 260Nm x 2
0-100 km  
Top speed 80km/h
Range --

 

 

MAN Lion's City (2006)

MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG and NEOMAN Bus GmbH put its commitment in early 2006 started EU project HyFLEET: CUTE to promote hydrogen technology consistently. With the official announcement of the "innovation program hydrogen and fuel cell technology" by federal Transport Minister Tiefensee, 30 October 2006 in Berlin, the Berlin BVG vehicles No. 3 and 4 in its fleet. The MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG believes that the support programme are an important element to the successful development of this technology in Germany and will continue both in hydrogen combustion technology as a bridge technology as well as fuel cell as a remote objective. --->more

MAN Lion's City

MAN Lion's City
Engine/Motor MAN city bus, type "Lion´s City", A21
Power output 130 kw
Torque --
0-100 km --
Top speed 82 km/h
Range 200 km

 

 

Irisbus Iveco (Fiat) City Class (2004)

It is a City Class Irisbus Iveco the first hydrogen buses registered to operate in Italy. After the experiments in the laboratory and on the track, a fuel cell bus has been approved and now faces the normal routes citizens. --->more

Irisbus Iveco

Irisbus Iveco
Engine/Motor --
Power output --
Torque --
0-100 km --
Top speed 60 km/h
Range --