Pininfarina H2 Speed offers optimum performance and sportiness in environmentally responsible driving experience. This innovative vision results in high performance track car that is based on hydrogen fuel cell technology, which is already subjected to severe track testing by GreenGT.
The name of this concept car is pretty unique, joining H2, formula for gaseous hydrogen, and the word Speed, as if to say that this car uses force and energy of nature to produce high performance and excitement typically found on sports car. H2 Speed will attract people who love speed, performance, and innovation, it’s world’s first hydrogen car.
From : Pininfarina
Pininfarina has expressed its mastery in a sporty and futuristic style that combines beauty with extreme performance. Modern form that is free of any stylistic affectation. It’s no longer form follows function, form and function are merged together in this concept to create external design that boasts vehicle’s sportiness and performance in every detail. Those sleek lines and volumes create a sculpture that is powerful as well as intriguing. The design team of H2 Speed was challenged to design a car on a carbon frame and on mechanical layout of a high performance car with extreme proportions while housing GreenGT full power hydrogen system.
From above, H2 Speed features intriguing geometric composition, it looks like two triangular bodies intersect to create front and rear mudguards. This design seems like based on a symmetrical drawing. Take a look at the crests of mudguards, they don’t follow wing volume, they enter and exit the body, creating sensuality and originality to the handling of the surfaces. The side panel allows for generous air passage from front to the side, creating efficient aerodynamic flow. The color choice was inspired by the Sigma Grand Prix, giving modern interpretation thanks to pearlescent shade of white.
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