The Hyperion XP-1 is a hydrogen-electric supercar that promises a 1,016-mile (1,635 kilometer) range. The hydrogen fuel cell module generates electric power that motivates all four wheels, and there’s a three-speed transmission. The layout lets the supercar hit 60 miles per hour (96 kilometers per hour) in under 2.2 seconds. The top speed is estimated to be above 221 mph (356 kph). Production of the XP-1 begins in 2022, and Hyperion intends to build 300 of them. There’s no info on pricing at the time of publication.
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