Cadillac Provoq Plug-in Hydrogen Fuel Cell Concept 2008
DETROIT NAIAS 2008- The Cadillac Provoq Hydrogen Fuel Cell Concept provides a look into Cadillac's vision for the future of luxury transportation in the form of a hydrogen fuel cell crossover vehicle. The Cadillac Provoq Concept continues General Motors's commitment to displace petroleum use in vehicles through advanced technologies. Using General Motors's groundbreaking E-Flex propulsion system, the Cadillac Provoq Concept combines the new fifth generation fuel cell system and lithium-ion battery to produce an electrically driven vehicle that uses no petroleum and has no emission other than water. The fifth generation fuel cell is half the size of its predecessor, yet it has been developed to produce more power and can drive 483 km ( 300 miles) on a single fill of hydrogen - with 450 km (280 miles) from hydrogen and 32 km (20 mile) on pure battery electric power from the grid.
If produced, the Cadillac Provoq could be driven without using a single drop of petroleum while emitting only water vapor exhaust. A solar panel integrated in the roof helps power onboard accessories such as the interior lights, audio system and more. Fender mounted charge ports allow overnight, plug-in charging to extend the vehicle's driving range
Wallpapers of the Cadillac Provoq Hydrogen Fuel Cell Concept 2008