Hydrogen fuel cells are not so common in powering electric vehicles as many controversies surround them. But the new electric vehicle that Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus (SCG) is planning to launch is employing this fuel powering method. The company has been providing us with the sketches and details of the upcoming off-road-focused pickup truck but now it has revealed the design in a clearer picture. The company plans to bring out a working prototype this year itself. It has not given details about the type of fuel cell they are going to use on the vehicle.
The company refers to it as the Zero Emission Hydrogen Fuel Cell Boot Pickup Concept which itself gives an accurate description of the model. Much details on the vehicle are not available yet. SCG wants it to give a performance range of 600 miles or 960 km on a single tank of hydrogen. There should be at least two electric motors in this model to call it an all-wheel drive.
The vehicle focuses on practical purposes and has high ground clearance, rock slider bars under the sills, and flared plastic wheel arches.