Pininfarina H2 Speed – Italian automobile design company Pininfarina has unveiled the high performance H2 Speed concept that could be the cleanest supercar in the Geneva Motor Show in the world. It runs on the hydrogen fuel cell to supply fast lap times and only water vapor for emissions to motorists.
Pininfarina H2 Speed Specifications
The H2 Speed is the progressive vision of a high performance track auto according to ground-breaking hydrogen fuel cell technology subjected to intense track testing by GreenGT of Pininfarina.
Pininfarina’s H2 Speed concept expects to work with this voltage to reach 60 miles per hour in just 3.4 seconds. Using two electric motors as well as a battery and regenerative braking, the H2 Speed really has the possibility to be the cleanest super car in the world.
It has clutch, no gearbox or differential together with the drive going right the back wheels with torque vectoring applications. The car have a special sound that’s created with its compressor technology, performing a nearly quiet drive with whistles that are futuristic.
The machine can be said to create 509 hp and be capable of 300 kmh, accelerating from 0 to 100 kmh in a 3.4 seconds and discharges only water vapour into the atmosphere. The H2 Speed can reach 62 miles per hour in 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 186 miles per hour. Noise pollution is nearly totally eliminated by the H2 Speed also, the sound emitted by the motor being close to absolute quiet.
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Underneath the body that is svelte, the hydrogen technology comes from GreenGT, which will be popular because of its expertise in operation vehicles that are environmentally friendly. Pininfarina has used its command to state a style that conveys uncompromising a distinctive charisma as well as beauty, coupled with extreme functionality.
H2 Speed removes both sound and air pollution. The compressor provides the engine an extremely unique tone, totally different to that of traditional electric cars of the vehicle.
The Sigma Grand Prix inspires the range of body colour and gives a modern interpretation using a simple pearlescent color of white to it. The security controls and lights/ the hydrogen filler cap and transmitters are emphasized in a manner that is purely functionalist.
Pininfarina H2 Speed Release date and Price
Please stay tuned for more info regarding pricing and official launch.
Table of specs:
|TECHNICAL SHEET||Details of H2 Speed|
|Full Power Hydrogen Powertrain||– 2 race electric motors
– 1 lightweight H2 fuel cell
– braking energy regeneration system
|Engine||– 2 electric synchronous motors with permanent magnet
– Max power : 370 kW @ 13000 rpm (503 Horsepower)
|Chassis||– carbon chassis
– front and rear wishbone suspension and push rod
– carbon brakes
|Transmission||– Direct transmission to rear wheels (ratio : 1:6.3)
– No clutch / No differential / No gear shifting
– Torque vectoring
|Energy production||– PEMFC Fuel cell 210 kW
– 2 stacks
|Breaking energy Recovery||– Battery 400 V nominal
– Capacity 20 Ah
|Hydrogen Storage||– tank capacity : 6.1 kg
– 700 bars storage technology
– autonomy : same as an internal combustion
– time for refuelling : 3 minutes
|Emission||– Air and water at the exhaust
– No pollution
|Performances||– max speed 300 km/h
– 0 to 100 km/h : 3.4 seconds
– 0 to 400 m : 11 seconds
|Weight||– 1420 kg with bodywork
– refueling weight modification : only 6.1 kg
– weight distribution: front 41% / rear 59%
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