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Alpine hydrogen-powered supercar unveiled by IED students
© Alpine
Alpine hydrogen-powered supercar unveiled by IED students
© Alpine

Alpine hydrogen-powered supercar unveiled by IED students

A hydrogen-powered two-seater supercar has today (March 18) been unveiled by IED university students.

Based on the traditional characteristics a traditional Alpine car, the zero-emissions vehicle is the experimental combination of a sports car and a hydrogen powertrain.

French car manufacturer Alpine challenged 28 students from IED design a ‘super berlinette’ for the year 2035, mixing both performance and environmental impact.

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