Italians will show a carbon-hydrogen hydrogen sports car in GenevaFebruary 27, 2019
Mole Contruzione Artigianale Almas premiere at the auto show
The Italian company Mole Automobile, founded by designer and owner of UP Design studio Umberto Palermo, will present the hydrogen concept Mole Contruzione Artigianale Almas at the Geneva Motor Show. According to preliminary information, the car will be released in limited edition for collectors.
The chassis of the mid-engine Mole Contruzione Artigianale Almas is entirely made of carbon fiber. The engine is a traditional internal combustion engine, but the design already provides for the introduction of a power plant on hydrogen fuel cells for body panels. What kind of modification Italians are preparing for Geneva, is still unknown.
Last summer, Up Design presented what the next generation Alfa Romeo 4C could look like. The Mole Construction Artigianale 001 coupe developed by them received a design in the style of the latest models of the Italian brand and a redesigned salon with a digital dashboard, but without displaying an information system. Carbon and genuine leather were used in the interior decoration.
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