Jaguar Land Rover Started the development phase of an electric vehicle prototype Hydrogen fuel cell Based on new Land Rover Defender.
The prototype is another step in the company’s goal of reducing its vehicle exhaust emissions to zero by 2036 and achieving carbon neutrality across the supply chain, products, and operations by 2039, which is in line with the company’s announcement last month. The Reimagine strategy is consistent.
Fuel cell electric vehicle Use hydrogen to generate electricity to power an electric motor And, together with pure electric vehicles, they bring the company closer to the goal of achieving a zero-emission fleet.
These cars are characterized by high energy density, fast charging speed, and Minimal loss of autonomy At low temperatures.Therefore, it is Ideal technology for large vehicles with longer autonomy, Or for equipment used in hot or cold climates.
The project will enable the engineering team to understand how to optimize the hydrogen engine to provide the performance and power users expect, including cruising range and charging, as well as towing and off-road capabilities.
The new electric guard prototype with a hydrogen fuel cell without exhaust emissions will begin its dynamic test phase in the UK at the end of 2021, with the purpose of verifying its main characteristics, such as its off-road capability and fuel consumption. .