Mercedes-Benz F-Cell is an EV and Hydrogen Fuel Cell hybrid

Many have become frustrated with the continued development of Hydrogen Fuel Cell vehicles, but the automakers do not appear to be done just yet. General Motors has their Colorado ZH2, Toyota is working on their “Portal Project” which is a commercial trucking continuation of the HFC technology found in the Mirai. And now Mercedes-Benz has announced an EV and HFC hybrid, think of a Chevy Volt, but instead of a gasoline powered range extender, it is replaced with a Hydrogen Fuel Cell.

Here are the tech specs for it:

CO2 emissions: 0 g/km
H2 range in Hybrid mode (NEDC): 437* km
Battery-electric range in
Battery mode (NEDC)
49 km
Drive system: Electric motor
Battery: Lithium-ion
Fuel cell: PEM (polymer electrolyte fuel cell)
Rated output: 197 hp
Max. torque: 258 lb-ft
Top speed: 99 mph (electronically limited)
H2 tank capacity: 4.4 kg
(usable for SAE J2601, 2014 or new)
Battery capacity (gross/net): 13.8 kWh /9.3 kWh
Length: 184.0 in
Width: 82.5 in
Height: 65.1 in
Track width: 64.0 in (front)
63.8 in (rear)
Wheelbase: 113.1 in
read more
This site uses XenWord.