Germany: BMW shows hybrid fuel cell concept

  BMW Forschung und Technik (Research and Technology) recently displayed a prototype fuel-cell hybrid electric 1 Series as part of its 25th birthday celebrations. In addition to a four-cylinder gasoline engine, the research vehicle has an electric power unit for city traffic. The electrical energy is generated by a small 5kW fuel It’s time to … Continued

 

BMW Forschung und Technik (Research and Technology) recently displayed a prototype fuel-cell hybrid electric 1 Series as part of its 25th birthday celebrations.

In addition to a four-cylinder gasoline engine, the research vehicle has an electric power unit for city traffic. The electrical energy is generated by a small 5kW fuel

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