This New Hydrogen-Powered Concept Car Is One Of The Coolest Ones We’ve Ever Seen

Carmaker Alpine has announced its next-generation racer-looking Alpenglow concept car.

Alpine described the vehicle as “the starting point for all future Alpine designs, technologies, and breakthroughs” in a press release.

This concept car has a unique outlook. It is built around technological and aerodynamic elements. Two hydrogen tanks surrounding the torso signal Alpenglow’s power are the silhouette’s focal point.

The car is a pioneering leap of the company in the direction of environmentally friendly transportation substitutes. Mobility will combine carbon-neutral systems, utilizing the natural complementarity between vehicles powered by fuel cells, internal combustion engines, and battery-powered electric vehicles (BEVs, FCEVs), and vehicles with hybrid internal combustion engines using sustainable fuel, most likely, green hydrogen.

Future vehicles will have the same level of output as race cars and that too without any harmful chemicals being spewed into the environment. This is possible due to hydrogen technology and technical expertise acquired in the heat of motorsport competitions.

The geometry of the Alpenglow concept car optimizes air flow, enhancing aerodynamic performance.

This concept car has the perfect dimensions: more than 16.4 feet (5 meters) long, more than 6.5 feet (2 meters) wide, and less than 3.2 feet (1 meter) high. It is remarkably fast, and Alpine’s future design aesthetic is reflected in its sculpted contours.

“Alpenglow’s mighty and lavish design hints at what Alpine cars will be like tomorrow and at our vision for motorsports moving forward. With hydrogen technology on board, we are strengthening our commitment to a responsible future and to keeping driving pleasure as real as ever,” said Alpine CEO Laurent Rossi.

It is the best example of style and efficiency.

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