Enough of plasma and LCD TVs at CES 2008 but they aren’t the only ones domination the four-say long show. Automobiles seem to have a deserving share at the show and respecting the argument I have here GMs latest concept car. This would be a hydrogen-powered action model known as the 2008 Cadillac Provoq Fuel Cell concept car. It rides on a hydrogen fuel cell crossover and now I am sure it drives your curiosity of how it works?
A single pack of hydrogen can make this car drive 300 miles (483 km) with 280 miles (450 km) from hydrogen and 20 miles (32 km) on pure, battery electric energy. A duo of 10,000 psi (700 bar) compound storage cisterns underneath the stern cargo floor hold 13.2 pounds (6 kg) of hydrogen to nourish the fuel cell heap, positioned below the covering. It is here when hydrogen blends with oxygen to produce electricity.
Gallery: Cadillac Provoq Hydrogen Fuel Cell Concept
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