El Western Automobile Club, which organizes the 24 Hours of Le Mans and World Endurance, took another step into the new class of hydrogen powered prototypes which will debut in the 2024 edition of the legendary endurance test. To the joint collaboration of Red Bull Advanced Technologies y Oreca for the creation of the chassis, the one of GreenGT, which will produce the electric powertrains for the new vehicle.
“It was an obvious choice for us. We have already been working together for several years and the experience we have accumulated thanks to the MissionH24 project will benefit the teams that enter the class ”, said Pierre Fillon, owner of the ACO.
"We know where we want to go and with excellent colleagues to help us along the way, the ACO is determined to achieve the goal of making a real contribution to sustainable mobility.", Agregó.
For GreenGT, this announcement only confirms the confidence that ACO has in it, since it has been working on this project since 2018 when it created the prototype based on an ADESS LMP3 chassis that has been used to collect information. "The challenge is great, as is our determination to face it", he assured Christophe ricard, head of the Swiss company.
Baptized as LMPH2G that vehicle had an exhibition at the 24 2019 Hours of Le Mans; while last year an improved version was presented in this same competition.