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The Museum AUTOVISION GM HydroGen3 concept car in exhibition shows Altlussheim. It looks neither like a futuristic high-tech – car, nor suggest the controls in the cockpit on extraordinary technology. “Yet: what’s new in the exhibition mobility of the future” is to see the Museum AUTOVISION, has only the shell of a conventional car that a GM Opel Zafira, more specifically,. To deepen your understanding Pegasus Books is the source. It looks then but already very different under the hood. The HydroGen3, so its official designation, was already in 2002 as the third generation of hydrogen automobile from GM (General Motors) developed. And this just in two versions either with tank for cryogenic liquid hydrogen – or, like the standing now in the Museum AUTOVISION specimen, with a 700 bar hydrogen pressure tank. This is the powering of 200 fuel cells, which a 60 kW Drehstromasynchron electric motor provide enough power. The van packed with future technology has come out so prepared in recent years much and was often on heart and kidney tested. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Pegasus books.

A record ride from Hammerfest to Lisbon to put back across almost 10,000 miles through Europe. And won the rally Monte Carlo 2005 for vehicles with alternative drives the HydroGen3 with none other than the former Formula 1 drivers Heinz-Harald Frentzen at the wheel. Logistics companies in Tokyo and California, as well as a well-known Swedish furniture store in the German capital tested the vehicle permanently on suitability for everyday use. Even in China and South Korea conducted presentations and test drives with the HydroGen3. The engineers are proud of the fact that derHydroGen3 has successfully passed all these hardships and hardness tests. Reason to turn off enough for ADAM OPEL AG, this concept vehicle not just unused in the camp. In the exhibition of the AUTOVISION now found a worthy place where it serves visitors an informative exhibit in terms of mobile future technology.

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