In 2022-2023, there will be the Tesla Semi and then the Mercedes-Benz GenH2. This concept truck was made specially for long haul transportation using Daimler’s ePowetrain modular platform and offers a range of up to 621-miles on a single tank of hydrogen. The production model has a gross vehicle weight of 40 tonnes and a payload of 25 tonnes. Power comes from two liquid hydrogen tanks and a powerful, yet highly efficient, fuel cell system. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
The pre-production truck sports dual electric motors, each of which have peak output of 443 hp and 1,527 lb-ft of torque, but a continuous rating of 308 hp and 1,163 lb-ft, which is still plenty to haul just about anything. There’s no word yet on when the public will be able to see this vehicle, but the company did confirm that customer trials will take place in 2023.
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We are consistently pursuing our vision of CO2-neutral transport with a focus on the genuinely locally CO2-neutral technologies battery power and hydrogen-based fuel cells, which have the potential to succeed in the market in the long term. This combination enables us to offer our customers the best vehicle options, depending on the application. Battery power will be rather used for lower cargo weights and for shorter distances. Fuel-cell power will tend to be the preferred option for heavier loads and longer distances,” said Martin Daum, Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler Truck AG.