Mercedes-Benz is reinforcing its ambition to help shape the mobility of tomorrow by premiering its fuel cell plug-in hybrid vehicle at this years Frankfurt International Motor Show.
The Mercedes-Benz GLC F-CELL EQ Power combines practical advantages such as a long range and short hydrogen fuelling times with locally emission-free driving.
Another car the German car marker will be showcasing are the Mercedes-AMG Project One. The hypercar’s series version will be the first ever automobile to feature genuine Formula 1 hybrid technology.
A further Mercedes-Benz world première will be the first, fully electric EQ concept vehicle within the compact car segment. With its ”EQ” brand Mercedes-Benz will in future also offer compact vehicles with electrically driven power units to consequently make electromobility available for an important target group.
Mercedes-Benz cars at the 2017 International Motor Show
The EU-funded three-year NELLHI project has concluded after successfully developing a new stack design of solid oxide fuel cells, from an all-European supply chain.
At this year’s IAA International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Mercedes-Benz presented preproduction models of the new GLC F-CELL as the next milestone on the road to emission-free driving.
The preliminary investigation into the recent explosion at a hydrogen station in Norway has found the incident started with a hydrogen leak in the high-pressure storage unit.
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