The Swiss Engineering Laboratory GreenGT and the Italian design studio Pininfarina they have unveiled in the International Geneva Motor Show 2018 sports H2 Speed It uses a high-performance electric hydrogen thruster.
This model, which was presented as a prototype two years ago at the Geneva event, will have a special edition of 12 units which will be marketed by Pininfarina.
The H2 Speed is fitted with four fuel cell electric propellants, which deliver a maximum power of 653 hp and with which it reaches a top speed of 300 km / h and accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 3,4 seconds.
The H2 Speed, whose first units will be delivered to customers at the end of the year, has a Pininfarina carbon bodywork, which improves its rigidity and robustness. Its autonomy is the equivalent of that of a racing car with the same performance and its charging time is completed in three minutes
Another feature of the H2 Speed is that the traction is carried out on the rear wheels and, in addition, it lacks a gearbox, clutch and mechanical differential.
This sports car measures 4.730 millimeters (mm), has a height of 1.113 mm, a width of 1.956 mm, a wheelbase of 2.968 mm, a weight of 1.430 kilos and a fuel tank capacity of 8,6 kilos of hydrogen.