Mobility: BMW sees hydrogen as having a central role

Mobility: BMW sees hydrogen as having a central role
BMW iX5: Six kilograms of hydrogen are enough for 504 kilometers.
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For several months now, Bavaria has been sending a pilot fleet of around 100 BMW iX5 Hydrogen vehicles onto the streets of the world. The aim is to test the everyday suitability of such vehicles and gain important insights for possible series production.

Since this week, four of these vehicles have also been on the road in Austria; they were seen for the first time on Tuesday at the “BMW Hydrogen Days” in Vienna. Klaus von Moltke, head of the BMW engine plant in Steyr, said: “In individual mobility, we also see potential for vehicles that are powered by a hydrogen fuel cell.”

You can find a detailed report on the topic in your OÖN-MotorNachrichten on Saturday.

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