Wednesday, June 19, 2024

New Hydrogen Car Drives 1242 Miles On One Full Tank

A team of students from the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, known as the Eco-Runner Team Delft, is working on creating a hydrogen-powered car that can travel long distances without refueling.

Their latest model, Eco-Runner XII, aims to set a new world record for the farthest distance traveled by a hydrogen vehicle. The team focuses on improving the car’s design and aerodynamics to enhance its efficiency. By reducing the car’s weight and addressing energy losses, they have developed a lightweight vehicle that achieves impressive mileage.

Despite competition from other companies, the team remains dedicated to sustainable transportation solutions and aims to inspire a greener future. Their record attempt is scheduled for June.

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