China's first hydrogen energy carbon fiber body passenger car wuhan was born
The first prototype of a hydrogen-powered grove passenger car with a carbon fiber body was successfully developed in the "optics valley of China" Sunday, according to the wuhan institute of geology, resources and environment industry technology. This marks the birth of China's first self-owned passenger car with a body made of hydrogen energy carbon fiber, and a major breakthrough in the application of hydrogen energy industry in the field of transportation.
Hydrogen fuel cell has a long range, quick hydrogenation, and only water is discharged during driving, which is an important development direction of new energy vehicles. At present, the global hydrogen energy and fuel cell industry is just starting. With the continuous breakthrough of hydrogen fuel cell technology, the field of transportation has become an important breakthrough for its industrial development. In addition, carbon fiber cars are lighter and have a lighter and more robust body structure than traditional vehicles made of steel or aluminum.
The grove carbon fiber hydrogen car, named after the British scientist William grove, inventor of the fuel cell, was born in wuhan.
Hao yiguo, President of wuhan zihuan institute of industrial research, introduced that the first prototype product of grove, which was unveiled on that day, was a large luxury SUV and the first self-owned brand passenger car in China with a body made of hydrogen energy and carbon fiber. Designed by the grove Spanish styling design center, the car combines power and sensitivity, carries the world's leading technology hydrogen fuel electric reactor, the whole body is made of carbon fiber material, the range can reach more than 1000 kilometers.
It is reported that the grove brand has now planned a series of competitive models and production plans, and will be launched at the Shanghai auto show in April this year, to accept customer reservations. Wuhan iit has also launched hydrogen infrastructure construction, which will be promoted in China's first-tier cities next year, expanded to second-tier cities in 2021 and launched in large quantities in major Chinese cities in 2022.