First look at GCK Motorsport’s hydrogen-powered cross-country racer
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First look at GCK Motorsport’s hydrogen-powered cross-country racer

First look visuals of GCK Motorsport’s 2024 e-Blast H2 cross-country racer have been unveiled – and the team is now one step closer to being the first to participate in the 2023/24 Daker Rally with a hydrogen vehicle.

Part of Green Corp Konnection, GCK Motorsports has been working with the wider team to build design and integrate the fuel cell system into the cross-country prototype which highlights a greener step forward for motorsport.

The new visuals of the model boast an all-new custom chassis design, combing curves and aggressive straight lines to sculpt a versatile and resilient shell to house both a GCK fuel cell and hydrogen tanks.

GCK Motorsport’s effort all falls under Green Corp Konnection’s global strategy with uses cross country as a lab for innovation to test its fuel cell system and powertrain in the toughest conditions before they integrate it into other vehicles.

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