he German automaker’s CEO referred to hydrogen as “the missing piece in the jigsaw when it comes to emission-free mobility.”
The BMW iX5 Hydrogen, which boasts a top speed of more than 112 miles per hour and employs Toyota fuel cells
In the Globally Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure or WLTP cycle, BMW claims a range of 313 miles.
It will go into service in 2023, with a fleet of ‘under 100 vehicles’ planned to be ‘used internationally for demonstration and trial reasons for diverse target groups.’
hydrogen is “a versatile energy source that has a key role to play in the energy transition process and, therefore, in climate protection.”