Fiat Panda Hydrogen

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Panda Hydrogen
Body and chassis
ClassCity car
PredecessorFiat Seicento Elettra H2 Fuel Cell
The car produces water vapour as its only exhaust gas

The Panda Hydrogen is a prototype fuel cell-type hydrogen vehicle based on the Fiat Panda introduced in 2006.

The fuel, gaseous Hydrogen, is stored in underfloor hydrogen tanks at 350 bar. A Nuvera Fuel Cells "Andromeda II" fuel cell stack generates energy to power an electric motor directly, i.e. without a battery. Panda Hydrogen produces 40 kW (54 hp) power and it can achieve top speed of 130 km/h (81 mph). Operating range is over 200 km (120 mi) in urban driving.


In 2001 was introduced first version of Fiats's fuel cell type vehicle Seicento Elettra H2 Fuel Cell, after that came Seicento Hydrogen.

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