Opel Vivaro-e Hydrogen with a range of 400 kilometers
On the one hand there is the Opel Vivaro-e Hydrogen with hydrogen fuel cell drive and plug-in battery. the 45 kW fuel cell provides power, a 10.5 kWh lithium-ion battery covers peak loads when starting or accelerating. The drive battery of the Vivaro-e in the underbody is through three 700 bar tanks for 4.4 kilograms of hydrogen replaced. Whose Fill up takes three minutes. In the Vivaro-e Hydrogen, braking energy can flow back into the battery via recuperation, which can also be used externally for 50 kilometers of purely battery-electric drive is chargeable. Important in this segment: that Loading volume of the Vivaro by 5.3 to 6.1 cubic meters (Body variants M and L) does not shrink with the new technology on board. The payload increases to 1.1 tonnes, and another 1000 kilograms can be added as a trailer.
Peugeot e-Expert and Citroën ë-Jumpy Hydrogen
The group brothers bring the same values Peugeot e-Expert Hydrogen1 (Photo above) and Citroën ë-Jumpy Hydrogen with. They also use the “Mid-Power-Plug-in-Hydrogen-Fuel-Cell-Electric” system, are 4.95 or 5.30 long, drive up to 130 km / h with 45 HP and can be driven from behind or from the Side can be loaded and unloaded. Deliveries to the first fleet customers will take place at the end of 2021 or beginning of 2022.
Renault is part of the Hyvia joint venture
Renault is also active with craftsmen’s favorites, 2022 should first fuel cell vehicles come on the market. As part of their new H2 strategy, the French founded the fuel cell specialist Plug Power in June 2021 Hyvia joint venture (“Hy” stands for hydrogen, “Via” for street) for the production, storage and distribution of green hydrogen. The partnership with supplier Faurecia was announced back in February.