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Frosty trials prove a fantastic success for the BMW iX5 Hydrogen
© BMW
Frosty trials prove a fantastic success for the BMW iX5 Hydrogen
© BMW

Frosty trials prove a fantastic success for the BMW iX5 Hydrogen

BMW is pushing its iX5 Hydrogen to the limits, with the vehicle manufacturer currently testing the zero-emission vehicle in Sweden to ensure extreme performance can be achieved in sub-zero temperatures.

The German company on Thursday (March 10) confirmed that tests close to the Arctic Circle will help the group press ahead with the development of the fuel cell vehicle, bringing that well-awaited commercialisation date one step closer.

As a stepping-stone towards mass production, BMW has said it will produce a small series of the model later in the year and will also help expand the network of hydrogen fuelling station – a move that will encourage the uptake of the car, and many like it.

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