Insightful fuel cell technology

Discussion in 'FCV or Fuel Cell Vehicle' started by Right Lane Cruiser, Feb 13, 2009.

  1. Right Lane Cruiser

    Right Lane Cruiser Penguin of Notagascar

    The FC Sport is configured to accommodate a custom-formed high-power fuel cell stack, located between the rear seats, and a battery pack placed low in the middle of the vehicle.

    [xfloat=left][/xfloat]The Financial Post - Feb. 11, 2009

    Why is Honda so convinced that hydrogen is the answer? Cool looking design study, though... --Ed.

    The FC Sport design study model, a hydrogen-powered, three-seat sports car concept, which makes its Canadian debut at the Canadian International AutoShow, emphasizes the design flexibility and potential of Honda's V Flow fuel cell technology. This technology, already deployed in the FCX Clarity sedan, is reconfigured into a lightweight sports car design with an ultra-low centre of gravity, powerful electric motor performance and zero emissions. The design study concept is inspired by supercar levels of performance through low weight and a high-performance, electrically driven fuel cell powertrain.

    The high-output fuel cell powertrain and a sleek, aerodynamic body contribute to the vehicle's performance potential. A modular approach to fuel cell component packaging and the electric drivetrain contribute to the FC Sport's low centre of gravity with the majority of vehicle mass distributed between… [rm][/rm]
  2. Indigo

    Indigo Witch with wry sense of humor

    But... Don't FCVs cost $2 million each?

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