China has created a hydrogen hatchback with an incredible power reserveMarch 25, 2019
The batch production of the novelty, which will be able to overcome more than a thousand kilometers without refueling, is planned to be established next year.
The Chinese company “Grove Hydrogen Automotive” is preparing to release its “firstborn” – a hydrogen hatchback with an impressive power reserve – more than 1,000 kilometers! It is already known that the Chinese “champion” will debut next month at the Shanghai Motor Show. At this event, will begin to collect orders for new items from buyers in the Middle Kingdom. The appearance of the novelty surprises with the original forms of the body, as well as some similarities with the Maserati cars. For example, the vertical “teeth” grille.
By the way, this design today is not badly replicated: the recently updated KIA K3 sedan with vertical stripes on the grille was recently shown on the Web.
Hydrogen Grove will be released in the series in 2020, and this year the manufacturer is set to complete prototype testing. Interestingly, the brand got its name in honor of the English physicist William Robert Grove, who invented the first fuel cell. The hatchback gets a hydrogen fuel cell propulsion system, providing an impressive auto power reserve on one tank, a carbon fiber body, as well as original doors that can swing open both to the side and upwards.
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