The Hy-wire is a concept car from General Motors. The name "Hy-wire" comes from Hydrogen and drive-by-wire (GM asked school children to name the car, in which one child suggested naming it "hy-wire"). The car runs on hydrogen fuel cells and uses a drive-by-wire system, meaning that all linkages are replaced by wires. ...more on Wikipedia about "General Motors Hy-wire"
The Sequel is a hydrogen fuel cell- powered concept car and sport utility vehicle from General Motors. The Sequel uses a drive-by-wire system. It has a range of three hundred miles, and its only emission is water. It debuted at the 2005 North American International Auto Show. ...more on Wikipedia about "General Motors Sequel"
Helios Prototype is the name of a solar- and fuel cell system-powered uninhabited aerial vehicle that NASA tested. AeroVironment, Inc. developed the vehicle under NASA's Environmental Research Aircraft and Sensor Technology program. In August, 2001, it set an unofficial world record for sustained altitude by a winged aircraft. It sustained flight at above 96,000 feet (29,250 m) for forty minutes, and at one time it flew as high as 96,863 feet (29,524 m). Later, in June 2003, the prototype fell into the Pacific Ocean about ten miles (20 km) west of the Hawaiian Island Kauai. ...more on Wikipedia about "Helios Prototype"
The Mercedes-Benz Citaro (or: O530) is the current Mercedes-Benz/ EvoBus mainstream bus intended for public transport. It features a low floor, making it more accessible for people with disabilities and people with young children or carrying heavy items. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mercedes-Benz O530 Citaro"
The German Type 212A is an advanced design of non-nuclear submarine developed by Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft AG (HDW). It features air-independent propulsion using nine 34-kilowatt Siemens hydrogen fuel cells, allowing the submarines to cruise under water for weeks without surfacing, silently, and with no exhaust heat. HDW is the first shipyard in the world to offer a fuel cell propulsion system ready for series production. ...more on Wikipedia about "Type 212 submarine"
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