Australian hydrogen vehicle manufacturer H2X is looking to further advance its innovations, having entered into a partnership with KTM Technologies to enhance both the vehicle chassis and construction programmes.
Formalising the agreement today (April 14), the duo said KTM Technologies will focus on the develop of composite and advanced technologies around e-mobility to ideate concept solutions for an origami chassis platform.
It is believed the chassis will use sheet metal folding and welding technologies for a range of light trucks, vans and pick-up vehicles. H2X says the benefit of employing an origami chassis is that it is much easier to produce and maintain and way more flexible for variants than a conventional chassis.
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