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The starting point is the vehicle designed and built by Riversimple, a two seater network electric hydrogen fuel cell powered urban vehicle - see the Riversimple [website|http://www.riversimple.com] for more information about and images of this vehicle. Riversimple has licensed its designs for the urban car to 40 Fires for no charge. Here are some images from the workshop.
The starting point will be the vehicle designed and built by Riversimple, a network electric hydrogen fuel cell powered urban vehicle - see the Riversimple [website|http://www.riversimple.com] for more information. Riversimple has licensed its designs for the urban car to 40 Fires for no charge. They have developed the technology demonstrator. Here are some images from the workshop.
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!! Next steps
The designs are being made available on this site over the course of the next few months. These are in various formats (including .step and .iges) allowing them to be viewed and manipulated by virtually any CAD application.
This will lead to development of a prototype vehicle in 2010. Riversimple has said it will build 10 prototypes based on these designs for testing purposes.
The eventual goal is a full production vehicle.
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Fuel cells have been around for years, and the auto industry have invested a lot of money in exploring how to use them in vehicles. Most advanced is probably Honda, who have produced 200 vehicles (the FCX Clarity) which are currently being trialled in California.
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