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p4tst3r
p4tst3r

hydrogen gas contains 61,000 Btus of latent energy per pound compared to regular gasoline which has 20,500 Btus per pound. So i really don't see why you're saying ''lacking in power '' Made by windturbines, this fuel would be almost free, Only 4 volt is needed to make hydrogen from sea water. Your negative makes hydrogen (2 molecules), your positive makes oxygen(1 molecule) wich this planet needs alot right now !!! It's the futur...The old ways are done and finished.

FTWSean
FTWSean

I LOVE the idea of a Hydrogen fueled truck. Although it looks like it will be lacking in power it's still a step in the right direction. What I don't like about this truck is the body. It looks very futuristic in a Jetsons sort of way but I don't like it. I would like to see an adjustment on the current style that lets people know it's special without a complete overhaul of the truck. Also, is there a shade that can be pulled to block out the "sun roof"? In Texas the sun beating down on it can't be good for the temperatures or interior.

Jehnavi
Jehnavi

The Ford F-250 Super Chief concept boldly foretells a new era for pickup trucks that Ford intends to lead with bold, American design and innovation as it has for nearly three decades. The Ford F-250 Super Chief concept takes truck leadership to a new level as the world's first vehicle with Tri-Flex fueling, enabling the supercharged V-10 to run for 500 miles between fill-ups on hydrogen, E85 ethanol or gasoline. The tri-fuel flexibility is one possible innovation by Ford to help pave the way for hydrogen vehicles, as the nation's ethanol and hydrogen fueling infrastructure continues to develop. Running on hydrogen, the supercharged V-10 engine provides up to 12 percent fuel economy improvement on an energy equivalent basis versus a non-supercharged gasoline V-10 and nearly 500 miles per fill-up. In addition, when operating on hydrogen, the Tri-Flex V-10 generates 99 percent less CO2 emissions than when running on gasoline.

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