Acceleration from 100 kilometers in 2.2 seconds: Hyperion XP-1 hydrogen fuel electric supercar

The American start-up company Hyperion announced the relevant information of its first hydrogen fuel cell supercar XP-1, which has a battery life of 1635km, an acceleration of 0-96km/h within 2.2s, and a top speed of 356km/h.

The new car uses a carbon-titanium single-shell chassis, a titanium alloy body, and a carbon fiber material for the hydrogen storage tank. The curb weight is controlled below 1248kg. XP-1 is equipped with a permanent magnet synchronous motor that drives four wheels. The transmission system is matched with a 3-speed gearbox. Production will begin in the United States in 2022, and 300 units are planned to be manufactured.

In terms of appearance, the new car adopts an arched air intake grille, and the shape of the diversion holes on both sides is sharp. The raised wheel eyebrows and the integrated spoiler on the side of the body show the temperament of a super sports car.

In the interior part, the new car uses carbon fiber sports seats and is wrapped in hand-stitched leather. The V-wing doors are inspired by the “Goddess of Victory of Samothrace”.

In terms of power, the XP-1 is equipped with a permanent magnet synchronous motor that drives four wheels. The transmission system is matched with a 3-speed gearbox. The acceleration time of 0-96km/h is under 2.2s, and the maximum speed can reach 356km/h.

Hyperion XP-1 will use the world’s most advanced technologies, including hydrogen systems, power generation technology and high-performance materials.

The new car will start production in the United States in 2022, and 300 units are planned to be manufactured. Price information has not yet been announced.