Hydrogen Motor

Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cell (2006)

Enabled by GM's fourth-generation fuel cell propulsion system, the Equinox Fuel Cell is a fully-functional crossover vehicle, engineered for 50,000 miles of life. Importantly, the Equinox Fuel Cell is able to start and operate in sub-freezing temperatures during its 50,000-mile life. It is expected to meet all applicable 2007 U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, and is equipped with a long list of standard safety features while providing all of the environmental benefits of hydrogen fuel cell technology. --->more Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cell
Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cell
Fuel storage system 3 carbon fiber fuel tanks, compressed gas
Battery system power 35 Kw
Fuel cell system power 93 Kw
Power output/td> 105 Kw
Torque 320 Nm
236 lb-ft
0-100 km 12 sec
Top speed 160 km/h
100 mph
Range 320km
200 miles

Chevrolet Sequel (2006)

GM Motors today announced a driveable version of the most technologically advanced automobile ever built the Chevrolet Sequel, GM's solution to provide the world with a cleaner, petroleum-free vehicle that is better in nearly every way. "General Motors is proving that advanced technology can remove the automobile from the environmental debate and reduce our dependence on petroleum," said Larry Burns, GM vice president, research & development and strategic planning. "Chevy Sequel clearly shows that our vision for the future of the automobile is real and sustainable." --->more Chevrolet Sequel
Chevrolet Sequel
Fuel storage system 3 carbon composite high-pressure tanks for hydrogen mounted in the sandwich chassis
Battery system power 65 Kw (lithium-ion high-power battery pack )
Fuel cell system power 73 Kw/td>
Power output/td> 115 kw
Torque 800 Nm
590 lb-ft
0-100 km 10 sec
Top speed 145 km/h
90 mph
Range 480km
300 miles

HydroGen3 (2006)

The HydroGen3 fuel cell vehicle marks another important milestone along the way to fitting passenger cars with an environmentally compatible, resource-saving, fuel cell propulsion system.
The vehicle, the latest in the HydroGen series, is based on the Zafira, a popular five-passenger vehicle from our Opel division in Germany. --->more HydroGen3
HydroGen3
Vehicle Opel Zafira minivan with hydrogen fuel cell propulsion system
Fuel storage system The liquid tank can store 4.6 kg of hydrogen (-423 degrees F/253 degrees C)
Fuel storage system The compressed tank (10,000-PSI) (700 bar) can store 3.1 kg of hydrogen
Range 400 km
249 miles
Top speed 160 km
99 mph

Hy-Wire

Named for its combination of hydrogen fuel cell and drive-by-wire technology, the Hy-wire incorporates the features envisioned in the AUTOnomy concept vehicle. All of its propulsion and control systems are contained within an 11-inch-thick skateboard-like chassis, maximizing the interior space for five occupants and their cargo. --->more Hy-Wire
HydroGen3
Vehicle Fuel cell and by-wire technology; front-wheel drive, new luxury sedan/td>
Fuel storage system: Length/diameter: 1,161/241 mm (45.7/9.5 inches) Total capacity: 2 kg (4.4 pounds) Total weight: 75 kg (165 pounds)
Vehicle size and weight Mass: 1,900 kg (4,185 pounds) Wheel base: 3,114 mm (122.6 inches)
Range About 80 miles

AUTOnomy (2002)

Named for its combination of hydrogen fuel cell and drive-by-wire technology, the Hy-wire incorporates the features envisioned in the AUTOnomy concept vehicle. All of its propulsion and control systems are contained within an 11-inch-thick skateboard-like chassis, maximizing the interior space for five occupants and their cargo. --->more AUTOnomy
AUTOnomy
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