Soon, a hydrogen-powered car will be available on the market. This car will forget about the strain generated by rising gasoline and diesel prices and will gallop in any conditions.
Jaguar Land Rover is developing a hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle, according to the company (FCEV). The Land Rover Defender SUV will serve as the basis for the vehicle.
Hydrogen is used to generate energy, which drives the car’s electric engine. It is a battery-powered electric car alternative. It is a significant step toward creating a ‘Zero Emission’ vehicle in this fashion.
In cold conditions, FCEVs meet the range constraints. It is an excellent technology for cars running in hot or cold places in such a condition because of their high energy density and capacity to recharge quickly. At the same time, it is well suited to larger or more powerful vehicles.
JLR has set a deadline for this year to begin testing its hydrogen vehicle. This is part of the company’s Reimagine Strategy, which was launched earlier this month.
By 2036, the business hopes to have zero-emission vehicles on the road. We know that hydrogen, together with battery vehicles, will play a key role in the auto industry in the future, according to Ralph Klug, the company’s head of hydrogen and fuel cells. That is why we are working towards a zero-emission future.
According to auto specialists, the global number of FCEV vehicles has doubled since 2018. Simultaneously, the number of hydrogen refueling stations has increased by more than 20%. Globally, the number of FCEV vehicles is expected to hit 10 million by 2030, with 10,000 recharging stations.