Jaguar Land Rover announces a fuel-cell prototype for the Defender
Field tests will begin at the end of the year
Land Rover wants to be carbon neutral by 2039
Jaguar Land Rover has announced the development of a prototype hydrogen fuel cell engine for the new Land Rover Defender starting this year.
Prototype of Jaguar Land Rover Field tests will begin later this year. It will be in the UK and the goal is to check out its key characteristics, such as its off-road capability and fuel consumption.
Jaguar Land Rover aims to prevent its cars from being emitted Carbon Dioxide In 2036 and that the entire supply chain, products and processes carbon emissions Before 2039. Both points are part of the strategy imagine which was announced last month. How do I do it? It’s something to be achieved based on different edges, and one of them will be the development of a fuel cell prototype for Defender.
Even if it is in Spain Having a residual presence, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles have doubled in the world since 2018, while refueling stations have increased by more than 20%. It is estimated that 10 million cars and 10,000 stations will be reached by 2030.
cars hydrogen fuel cell It is characterized by high energy density and fast recharging, as well as minimal loss of autonomy at low temperatures. That is, they have advantages over electric batteries. It is ideal technology for larger vehicles with longer range, or those used in harsher climates, whether hot or cold.
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