TU Delft students have revealed Forze Delft VII, a hydrogen-powered race car they hope one day will hit the streets worldwide. Not a hybrid electric / petrol and hydrogen vehicle, the ‘VII’ is a complete hydrogen-fueled car, meaning that the hydrogen is tanked. Together with oxygen from the air, these are converted into water and electricity. It also boasts a KERS (kinectic energy recovery systems), which can be found in hypercars, like the LaFerrari. Continue reading for another video and more pictures.
“Tests are running well. Although it is obvious that there is still a lot of work to do before this supercar will win races. It is important that this car can cover long distances safely, therefore, more test time is required before the eco-friendly supercar can set new world records,” said team manager Rick Everaert.