A new futuristic hydrogen electric hybrid car, dubbed ProtoSEV, has been designed by students as part of a 24-hour design sprint.
Revealed today (27th April), students from the University of Strathclyde Eco-Vehicle team (USEV) with their counterparts from the University of Aberdeen created a hybrid concept with a price range and marketplace similar to that of a Tesla.
The ProtoSEV team utilised their experience with hydrogen-powered vehicles with the USEV team sharing their understanding with battery technology to create the car of tomorrow.
Due to being unable to take part in this year’s Shell Eco-Marathon competition, the ten-strong group of students came up with the ProtoSEV design which is said to be their vision of a car that could be seen on the roads in the next 10 years.
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