Bologna Show 2008: Fiat Phyllis electric and fuel cell


At the International Motor Show Bologna held until 14 December 2008 (Italy), the Science and Technology Park European Environment Park “in Turin this prototype called Fiat Phyllis: This is a small urban electric car (4 seats). It weighs 750 kg. Its measurements? A length of 3 meters and a height of 1.50 m. The cargo capacity is 142 liters (2 +2 seats) and 584 liters (2 seats).

These are the Ecole Polytechnic of Turin (Politecnico di Torino) and the Fiat Research Center (Centro Ricerche Fiat) who concocted (Piedmont Region supports this study).

Fiat Phyllis

Fiat Phyllis is equipped with an electric propulsion and batteries (150 kg) to enable it to enjoy an autonomy of 145 km (with lithium-ion batteries) to 220 km (with lithium polymer batteries). The full recharge time is 5 hours. It also has a fuel cell with hydrogen. Its roof is covered with solar photovoltaic panels supplying its electric motors, giving him an additional autonomy up to 18 km. The acceleration? The 0-50 km/h in 6 seconds. Its maximum speed 130 km/h. Its design is to examine the concepts of asymmetry.

Its strengths. It is clean, quiet, 100% recyclable (body composed of a mixture of plastics and metals, aluminum chassis lightweight) and cost of use is ten times lower than that of a city gasoline today. The first customers who will lead the employees of the Turin airport by 2010: a dozen vehicles will be delivered in a test in real conditions.

Fiat Phyllis

Fiat Phyllis

Fiat Phyllis

Fiat Phyllis

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This post was written by admin on December 9, 2008


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