Hyperion has demonstrated a hydrogen-electric XP-1 supercar with a enhanced titanium shell, wrapped around the fuel element power module.
According to the developers, Hyperion XP-1 will be able to develop speed up to 356 km / h and accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.3 seconds. At the same time, the car is able to drive more than 1630 km with one refueling, which takes less than five minutes.
Instead of a lithium-ion battery, the supercar stores energy in the fuel cell that is connected to the electric motors leading all four wheels. Outdoor «air blades» are not only active aerodynamic elements that help the car enter turns at high speeds, they also perform the function of solar cells that can change the position adjusting to the current location of the sun.
In addition to the futuristic design and interior in the style of high-tech, the supercar has a carbon-titanium chassis, reinforced by titanium body shell and a mass of 1248 kg. The cab is equipped with a 98-inch curved screen with a non-contact gesture management system on the center console.
By 2022, Hyperion plans to release 300 units XP-1 serial version.
In addition to new motor systems, automakers are also experimenting with control modules. In March, Hyundai introduced a sports electric car with
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