Green GT H2: the hydrogen race car Green GT gets a new design

27/01/2012
Design and eco-friendly racing are the words that stick to the skin of Green GT, after a great concept, the Green GT24, here its evolution, or rather the final version, the Green GT H2.

You certainly know the Green GT as an electric car, but less as an hydrogen car. The various prototypes developed have been used to validate the drive train, before fitting it in the final vehicle, powered by a fuel cell.
The Green GT H2 has a 340kW (460hp) motor that revs up to 12,500 and offers a torque of 2400Nm to the back wheels!

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Its torque vectoring gearbox is patent pending.
Two carbon fiber and aluminium tanks of 160 liters can store 4 kg of hydrogen each (equivalent to 25l of petrol) and allow a range of 40 minutes.

Instead of refueling, the technological option chosen for improved safety is the tank exchange.
Currently its top speed is 300kph with a weight of 1240kg
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The car will receive FIA approval in March for race track tests to debut in April!
In 2013, the team hopes to move below 1000kg, offering more than an hour of range and plans to lap Le Mans in under 4 minutes!

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