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‘World’s first’ hydrogen-powered Tuk Tuk unveiled
©Biliti
‘World’s first’ hydrogen-powered Tuk Tuk unveiled
©Biliti

‘World’s first’ hydrogen-powered Tuk Tuk unveiled

The hydrogen-powered mobility market continues to grow, with what is said to be the ‘world’s first’ hydrogen fuel cell-powered electric three-wheeler, or Tuk Tuk.

California, US-based Biliti unveiled its FastMile™ on Monday (July 18), which the firm says offers a range of up to 130 miles (209km) and a refuelling time of just three minutes.

The FastMile, which is said to have been tested for more than 6,000 miles (9,656km) on rugged road conditions, also boasts a payload of up to 1,500lbs (680km).

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