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Delft University team wants to smash the Toyota Mirai hydrogen distance record with the Eco Runner XI
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Delft University team wants to smash the Toyota Mirai hydrogen distance record with the Eco Runner XI

A team of engineers from Delft University of Technology will next week try to set a new distance record for a hydrogen-powered vehicle on a single fill.

Carrying out the record attempt in Eco Runner XI, an urban concept car, the team will try to break the current record set by the Toyota Mirai, which covered 623 miles without refuelling last month.

Read more: Toyota Mirai breaks world record for distance travelled with one fill of hydrogen

Equipped with two ultra-lightweight, high pressure Type 3 carbon composite cylinders from AMS Composite Cylinders, the vehicle can hold approximately 450g of hydrogen when full.

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