List of hydrogen internal combustion engine vehicles

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A hydrogen internal combustion engine vehicle (HICEV) is a vehicle powered by a hydrogen-fueled internal combustion engine. Some versions are hydrogen-gasoline hybrids.


Francois Isaac de Rivaz

  • 1807 – the De Rivaz engine, the first internal combustion engine using hydrogen as a fuel

Étienne Lenoir

BMW:

Ford:

  • 2001 - Ford P2000 concept car using the Zetec 2.0L engine. (Note: Ford had several concept vehicles that used the P2000 designation.)
  • 2006 – F-250 Super Chief a "Tri-Flex" engine concept pickup
  • 2006 – Ford E-450 H2ICE Shuttle Bus a 12 passenger shuttle bus with a supercharged V10 fueled by compressed hydrogen

Mazda:

Revolve:

  • 2010 - Transit H2ICE

Ronn Motor:

Tokyo City University:

  • 1974 - Musashi-1[1]
  • 1975 - Musashi-2
  • 1977 - Musashi-3
  • 1980 - Musashi-4
  • 1982 - Musashi-5
  • 1984 - Musashi-6
  • 1986 - Musashi-7
  • 1990 - Musashi-8
  • 1994 - Musashi-9
  • 1997 - Musashi-10

University of California, Riverside:

  • 1992 - Ford Ranger (Experimental Conversion)[2]


References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ Turbocharged Hydrogen Fueled Vehicle Using Constant Volume Injection (CVI), SAE 1998 [2]

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