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Michelin’s electric car

The Michelin Hy-Light car really seems to tick a lot of for the sustainable mobility posse, but on inspection maybe some of ticks don’t make as sense as you’d imagine. explain.

The Hy-Light is being in Switzerland (whose only with the auto-world is that lives there, innit?) The daddy, Pierre Varenne of claims that the location him from the pressures of domestic car and oil and so creates an ideal environment for his Good point I’d He runs a small group of who are genuinely trying to think about the future of the car and of mobility.


So this car is not just a concept it complies with all existing auto regs, carries a licence plate and has been tooling around the Swiss system for a couple of years It’s built around a fuel cell, so it generates from hydrogen and oxygen are stored in two specially developed (The hydrogen one is pressurised and can the direct shot of a Swiss rifle — good to when EVs are getting such bad PR these days.)

No surprise really that an EV Michelin has in-wheel electric and the car is packed with sensors relay data to a central controlling the motors and suspension. has asked the sensible question this design expose the to water, snow, mud and shocks?’ and acknowledges that it’s they haven’t thoroughly yet. It must be an issue comes up in all in-wheel motors — funny that I heard it raised before.

So what about performance? The incarnation of the Hy-Light can reach go from zero to 60mph in 12 seconds and travel over 200 on its two tanks of gas with steam the by-product.

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Now comes the tricky At present hydrogen accounts for about 1% of world energy and comes mostly from gas, oil or coal with than 5% extracted through — splitting water hydrogen and oxygen by an electric With current technology the of electricity required to extract the makes it an inefficient process. So decide to stick solar on their facility roof in to power the electrolyser that enough water to to run the car for 12,500 a year.

This electrolyser is reportedly the of a small garage, although has plans to get it down to ‘the of a washing machine’.

In this every Swiss will be to produce the energy for their and car through a combination of solar home electrolyser and a fuel Not quite the most marketable just yet methinks. All this is a bit beyond my ken, so here’s a of comments on the original article make me wonder if it’s got any legs as an idea.

‘A very inefficient way to use solar power. Overall is less than 24% but batteries and are over 85%.’

‘Using the solar panels a battery-powered could travel 60 thousand a year. The vehicle would less and the equipment would up much less space.’

OK, Maybe you haven’t quite it with this one, but points for trying and great to see thinking so outside the box. In EuroVision spirit — for Switzerland!’

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