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The Hyperion XP-1: A hydrogen hypercar with articulating solar panels.

California-based company Hyperion has released images, video and some details about its wild-looking XP-1 hydrogen supercar, the first fuel cell performance car. The hydrogen storage systems will be carbon fiber, and these will feed a proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell, which will create electric power to drive all four wheels. 

The most prominent feature, of course, is the loopy black ribbons  (the articulating solar panels to follow the sun) extending up from the rear, curling down over the hips and wrapping through to terminate under the upward-opening doors. https://bit.ly/3kIfCXp

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By angus-m-robinson

13 August 2020

 
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