Day: October 24, 2021

Ineos To Test Hydrogen Fuel Cells On Grenadier Off-Roader From 2022

Ineos Automotive, the car manufacturing division of British petrochemical giant Ineos Group, plans to begin testing a hydrogen fuel cell prototype of its Land Rover Defender-inspired Grenadier off-roader.

While the first Grenadier 4x4s will reach customers in the third quarter of 2022 powered by BMW gasoline and diesel engines, Ineos says it is also looking further ahead to zero emissions powertrain technology for the future.

The company has announced that a hydrogen fuel cell demonstrator vehicle is under development and will begin testing by the end of 2022 as part of its drive to take “a leading role in the hydrogen revolution.” 

It looks like this is a serious project, especially since the company’s partner in developing the Grenadier demonstrator model is AVL, one of the world’s leading automotive powertrain engineering specialists. On top of that, the fuel cell is likely supplied by Hyundai, as Ineos

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Apple Car: Here’s what we know so far

Edgar Cervantes / Android Authority

Few things are confirmed about the legendary Apple Car beyond it being some sort of large-scale automotive project. As usual, the iPhone maker is being as secretive as possible — yet there have been far too many reported hires, deals, and other developments for its auto work to be purely experimental. Here’s what you need to know to get up to speed with the Apple Car.

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What is the Apple Car?

Apple Car Mockup interior

Edgar Cervantes / Android Authority

At its core, we know Apple Car involves some form of EV (electric vehicle). All the rumors have pointed in that direction, and gas wouldn’t make sense for a company that rides on green credentials. By the time any product hits the streets, gas will probably be seen as backwards — especially in Apple’s home

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