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McLaren Applied to manufacture and supply components for BAK’s innovative hydrogen hybrid hyper-car
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McLaren Applied to manufacture and supply components for BAK’s innovative hydrogen hybrid hyper-car
© BAK

McLaren Applied to manufacture and supply components for BAK’s innovative hydrogen hybrid hyper-car

Hydrogen technologies continue to surge in the automotive sector, and this can be observed with a new agreement between McLaren Applied and BAK Motors to develop components for a hydrogen hybrid hyper-car.

Revealed today (March 3), the strategic agreement will see McLaren develop and supply drivetrain components, including inverters and motors, for the Kincsem Hyper GT and SUV, also recognised as the “world’s first” nano-photonic light activated solid-state hydrogen hybrid hyper-car.

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