A strange model has appeared at Los Angeles Auto Show. In addition to special appearance, it is also a relatively rare hydrogen-electric model with little potential.
The look of this Hyperion XP1 is rather strange, front end has some rather sophisticated design elements such as integrating different types of supercar design, but it doesn't convey appropriate aesthetic feel. The outline of front looks like a moth-eaten creature in some video games, and also has a shadow from a Bugatti model. If you don't look closely, it's easy to mistake for rear of car, especially two air intakes in middle that resemble exhaust pipes. .
The large glass roof makes body look very sci-fi. The streamlined shape hides rich details and color matching. Aerodynamic components are also used, which can be called most common part of whole. car. The tail section resembles an aerospace craft, two huge side wings wrap around hull, and at rear there is a huge air duct, which is believed to be used to direct turbulent airflow to roof. piping is also greatly exaggerated, which is easy to associate with indecent things.
The factory has not announced corresponding power figures, but performance is in line with average level of a hypercar: it can accelerate from 0 to 60 km / h in 2.2 seconds, with a top speed of 356 km / h and range. mileage over 1600 km. The hull also uses many lightweight materials, including carbon fiber monocoque, and hull material is also made of expensive titanium alloy. Due to weight advantage of hydrogen fuel cells, dead weight is controlled at 1032 kg.
Currently, in addition to clean electricity, hydrogen energy is also being considered as a potential reserve to replace fossil energy in future. This Hyperion XP1 demonstrates to a certain extent possible emergence of a hydrogen-powered supercar. However, in appearance, this work does not seem to have won praise of most people. In addition, specific mechanical parameters have not yet been announced. If you want to get further development, you need to work harder.