France's H2 Motronics brings hydrogen fuel cell technology to the racetrack | H2 Motronics

France's H2 Motronics brings hydrogen fuel cell technology to the racetrack.  Now, H2 Motronics and France's Tecmas Racing Team have teamed up to develop the H2 Koncept (H2K) racing bike to showcase the true power of hydrogen. The project began in 2019 when Emmanuel Esnault became CEO of the Texys Group, the parent company of H2 Motronics.  Philippe Leuwers, president of the Texys Group, said: “Like many companies developing hydrogen-powered motorcycles, this is a very important thing. Our focus is on all-electric vehicles, especially for motorcycles that need to be race-ready.”     Building the Hydrogen-powered Sportbike in collaboration with Tecmas CEO Michel Augizeau, the team developed a platform with a race-specific chassis, compressor, humidifier and control unit. Due to its lightweight construction, the H2K weighs less than the car. MotoE weighs 200 kg and estimates that if the bike is ready, it can run 44 kilometers or 11 laps around the Riccardo Tormo Circuit of Spain.  This image is a computer graphics design that was agreed upon to be the basis for its creation. Automotive designer Stéphane Valdant has already prepared a preliminary build. In order to keep up with its launch in spring 2022, if the model is successful, Texys Group plans to leverage its urban vehicle power plant to allow people in electric vehicles to use it. thoroughly

France's H2 Motronics brings hydrogen fuel cell technology to the racetrack.

Now, H2 Motronics and France's Tecmas Racing Team have teamed up to develop the H2 Koncept (H2K) racing bike to showcase the true power of hydrogen. The project began in 2019 when Emmanuel Esnault became CEO of the Texys Group, the parent company of H2 Motronics.

Philippe Leuwers, president of the Texys Group, said: “Like many companies developing hydrogen-powered motorcycles, this is a very important thing. Our focus is on all-electric vehicles, especially for motorcycles that need to be race-ready.”

France's H2 Motronics brings hydrogen fuel cell technology to the racetrack.  Now, H2 Motronics and France's Tecmas Racing Team have teamed up to develop the H2 Koncept (H2K) racing bike to showcase the true power of hydrogen. The project began in 2019 when Emmanuel Esnault became CEO of the Texys Group, the parent company of H2 Motronics.  Philippe Leuwers, president of the Texys Group, said: “Like many companies developing hydrogen-powered motorcycles, this is a very important thing. Our focus is on all-electric vehicles, especially for motorcycles that need to be race-ready.”     Building the Hydrogen-powered Sportbike in collaboration with Tecmas CEO Michel Augizeau, the team developed a platform with a race-specific chassis, compressor, humidifier and control unit. Due to its lightweight construction, the H2K weighs less than the car. MotoE weighs 200 kg and estimates that if the bike is ready, it can run 44 kilometers or 11 laps around the Riccardo Tormo Circuit of Spain.  This image is a computer graphics design that was agreed upon to be the basis for its creation. Automotive designer Stéphane Valdant has already prepared a preliminary build. In order to keep up with its launch in spring 2022, if the model is successful, Texys Group plans to leverage its urban vehicle power plant to allow people in electric vehicles to use it. thoroughly

 Building the Hydrogen-powered Sportbike in collaboration with Tecmas CEO Michel Augizeau, the team developed a platform with a race-specific chassis, compressor, humidifier and control unit. Due to its lightweight construction, the H2K weighs less than the car. MotoE weighs 200 kg and estimates that if the bike is ready, it can run 44 kilometers or 11 laps around the Riccardo Tormo Circuit of Spain.

This image is a computer graphics design that was agreed upon to be the basis for its creation. Automotive designer Stéphane Valdant has already prepared a preliminary build. In order to keep up with its launch in spring 2022, if the model is successful, Texys Group plans to leverage its urban vehicle power plant to allow people in electric vehicles to use it. thoroughly

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