OPEL’S HYDROGEN4 FUEL CELL VEHICLE HITS 2,000,000 MILES

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Opel’s HydroGen4 has just hit the 2,000.000 mile mark, making it the most travelled fuel cell car fleet in the world. The HydroGen4 has a fuel cell with an output of 93 kW. The hybrid powertrain also contains a nickel-metal-hydride battery producing 1.8 kWh/35 kW and a three-phase synchronous motor with 73 kW continuous power and 320 Nm of torque.

The demo vehicle, which was jointly developed by GM and Opel, has been in service since 2009, used by Europe’s largest roadside assistance organization, ADAC.

[Source: Opel]

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