Pininfarina H2 Speed is hydrogen-powered track car
Italian car design firm Pininfarina has unveiled the high-performance H2 Speed concept which could be the world's cleanest supercar at the Geneva Motor Show.
Powered by hydrogen, it is believed to be the first fuel cell supercar and, according to the International Business Times, has been made in association with GreenGT, a Franco-Swiss company, which has been designing, developing and production sustainable propulsion systems since 2008.
The track specific car is powered by two race-specification electric motors, fed by a lightweight two-stack hydrogen fuel cell with a braking energy recovery system.
It has no gearbox, clutch or differential with the drive going directly the rear wheels with torque vectoring software.
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According to the company, the car has a unique sound which is created with its compressor technology, performing an almost silent drive with futuristic whistles.
The machine is said to generate 509 horsepower and be capable of 300 kmh, accelerating from 0 to 100 kmh in a 3.4 seconds and releases just water vapour into the atmosphere.