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Fuel Cell Power
Fastest hydrogen electric race car in the world
Faster. More power. Zero emission. A breakthrough in sustainable racing, and on our way to winning our first race! We proudly present the successor to our most successful race car yet. With our newest hydrogen electric race car, the Forze IX, we are aiming for race winning performance at the highest level we’ve raced at to date.
Over the past two years, we have been working on the design of this revolutionary race car. Our engineers have designed the most innovative components and solutions for the Forze IX in order to ensure big achievements in the future.
In our design presentation from last August, we spoke about a couple of key components in the car that will make a big contribution to the incredible performance of the Forze IX. For example, the new car will boast two fuel cell systems with a combined total output of 240 kW, an accumulator with a maximum boost power of 600 kW and all wheel drive.
Curious about how the other aspects of the car? Watch the design reveal here:
What does the future have in store?
With the Forze IX we’re aiming to take the charge to the GT Class of the Supercar Challenge, the fastest division. In our newest endeavour, we’ll be up against remarkable cars, such as Porsches and Lamborghini’s. The pressure is on, to say the least.
In the long-term we plan to move towards endurance racing. First, competing in the Benelux series of the Supercar Challenge. After which we’ll be focusing on improving and upgrading the car.
Our ambition of participating in the announced hydrogen class at the 2024 24H of le Mans is the most solid example of this endurance aspired future.