Volkswagen is developing an innovative electric car with LPG and a range of 2000 km
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The power plant from Kraftwerk Tubes will feature a ceramic membrane. It is cheaper than Toyota and Hyundai polymer membranes, which will reduce the price of a car. The invention has already been patented.
As you know from 2035 in Europe will ban the sale of cars with internal combustion engines. In this regard, automakers are stepping up the development of electric vehicles, not only with conventional batteries, but also with hydrogen fuel cells.
Electric cars with fuel cells have a number of advantages over models with conventional batteries. They have a longer range, and refueling a hydrogen LPG takes several minutes and is much faster than charging a battery.
Volkswagen has been developing cars with fuel cells for a long time. Back in 2004, the Audi A2H2 concept car debuted, and in 2014, the Volkswagen Golf and Jetta with hydrogen LPG were presented.