Hyperion debuts hydrogen-electric supercar

Southern California-based technology company Hyperion has today unveiled its XP-1 hydrogen-electric supercar, marking the company’s first chapter in its long-term vision to harness electric energy with hydrogen technology.

Hyperion’s striking inaugural vehicle is the culmination of nearly ten years of development, testing, and research in hydrogen technology by over 200 researchers and scientists.

Aimed at eliminating range anxiety compared to other electrics, the XP-1 showcases an impressive 1,000-mile range on a single refuel that can be achieved in less than five minutes at public stations.

The vehicle stores electric energy via fuel cell systems, versus heavy lithium ion batteries, providing the benefits of electric motors, without the added weight, extended charging times, battery degradation and cost probative recyclability.

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