Posted by Justin on 02 28th, 2010
Our nearest future solely relies on zero emission technology. Each automotive company today is turning its head towards the development of cars that are driven clean on the alternative fuel sources. BMW also helds great research campains especially using hydrogen as a moving force.
That’s why a BMW-badged bike was presented by an ISD design group of students of Valenciennes, France. Named as BMW HP Knust, the environment-friendly bike is moved using hydrogen fuel cell with a lithium polymer battery to store the electrical energy.
The bike is equipped with lectromagnetic suspensions, electronic controls and brakes that are created for a comfortable and sustainable drive. A 20 liter cryogenic hydrogen tank is used to store hydrogen. The HP Knust bike has an aluminum frame and tubular bike parts made of carbon and steel.
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