It looks like Audi is about to make the first step in to its brand-new ‘tron’ assortment of lasting technologies. British publication, AutoCar, is mentioning that the business will start examining a fuel-cell-powered A7 at the end of August. It looks like the statement was made by Audi’s technological main, Wolfgang DÃ¼rheimer, who denied providing any other specifics on the model.
A fuel-cell-powered automobile utilizes hydrogen as gas and air from the background air to create the power needed to charge the battery or to steer the electric motors. If you do the molecular mathematics, Hydrogen plus Oxygen equates to water. Yup, no tailpipe emissions; just water.
Actually, for Audi this is not its very first effort in developing a fuel-cell vehicle. Back in 2009, the maker checked the Q5 HFC – an SUV that made use of 2 high-pressure cylinders of hydrogen to supply a gas cell that powered a pair of electric motors.
Whether Audi builds a fuel-cell powered A7 or not is still a big inquiry, thinking about the absence of a set up hydrogen infrastructure. Nevertheless, testing is always a good physical exercise.