New fuel cell-powered LCV to hit roads by the end of 2021

Amsterdam-based vehicle manufacturer Stellantis is set to develop a new hydrogen fuel cell-powered medium-sized van (LCV) in collaboration with hydrogen experts Faurecia and Symbio – and it could hit European roads by the end of 2021.

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To develop the two main systems in the vehicle, the fuel cell stack and hydrogen storage systems, Stellantis has entered into strategic partnerships with both Faurecia and Symbio, leaning on both companies’ expertise in hydrogen technology to provide a vehicle with optimal performance.

The joint effort has seen an increase in development speed, meaning the vans could be on the roads before the end of 2021.

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