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Saturday, January 1, 2022

The first Slovak hydrogen-powered MH2 supercar concept

Revealed in Dubai Efforts to develop vehicle concepts using renewable energy are not only carried out by automotive industry players, but also by many other parties such as educational institutions and even individuals.
The first Slovak hydrogen-powered supercar called MH2 is designed by Branislav Mauks and built under collaboration the Matador Group, a Slovak leading automotive company, and the Technical University of Košice. (Picture from: TrendsMena)
Now, with more and more parties who are aware and concerned that the availability of fossil fuels is running low, and making the right steps to start thinking about renewable alternative fuels such hydrogen. So maybe soon the existence of alternative fueled vehicles will be able to compete and even displace fossil fueled vehicles from roads around the world.
A nice modern looks featured inside the cabin of the first Slovak hydrogen-powered supercar called MH2. (Picture from: TheNationalNews)
Of the many future concept vehicles that use renewable alternative fuels, especially hydrogen, that have ever been made, it turns out that there is one unique vehicle concept which is being developed involving many parties such an educational institution under full support from the Slovak Government and in collaboration with a leading automotive development company.
Well, the hydrogen-powered vehicle has given a quite simple name of MH2 has the appearance of a supercar and is claimed has a fierce performance to be able to accelerate from zero to 100 kph in just 4 seconds before reach a top speed of 250 kph.
As quoted of RepublicWorld, the MH2 hydrogen car has been designed by Branislav Mauks, who is a Slovak designer who in the past has contributed to the design of the Ferrari model since 2008. And this car is said to be the first model of the future supercar MH2, the first of its kind in Slovakia, and the fruit of collaboration with the Matador Group, a Slovak leading automotive company, and the Technical University of Košice.
The car' designer Branislav Mauks said, "Slovakia believes in hydrogen technology. As hydrogen is part water, we took inspiration from the water after studying its forms and colours. So, viewed from the top, the car cabin has the shape of a water droplet. For the rest of the body, we took inspiration from the body of an athlete. Thus, the shape of the MH2 is very aerodynamic and strong, resembling an athlete ready for the start of a race."
The MH2 hydrogen-powered supercar is made its international debut at the Expo 2020 Dubai in October, 2021. The unveiling of the hydrogen car by the Slovakia government demonstrates the ability of the country to innovate the future of mobility and also aim to promote 'sustainability'. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MH2.EU | H2WORLDNEWS.COM | THENATIONALNEWS.COM |REPUBLICWORLD.COM | WAM.AE ]
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