H2X Global and KTM Technologies Unveil a Hydrogen Van Prototype That’s Turning Heads in Austria

October 31, 2023
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H2X Global and KTM unveil revolutionary hydrogen van prototype.

G’day from Austria! In a move that’s got the auto world revved up, H2X Global, a top-tier Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle maker, teamed up with the global auto engineering powerhouse, KTM Technologies. Their combined prowess was showcased in Aachen, Germany, where they pulled the covers off a cutting-edge Hydrogen Professional Van prototype.

This reveal took place at the Body Engineering Days Conference, a hotspot for over 180 auto aficionados from big names like BMW, Tesla, and Honda. The Hydrogen Professional Van prototype, presented by KTM for H2X Global, was the talk of the town. It’s clear that H2X Global’s fresh take on hydrogen mobility solutions for professional drivers is turning heads.

Chris Reitz, the Chief Design Officer and Co-Founder of H2X Global, couldn’t contain his excitement.  “H2X Global remains steadfast in its commitment to redefining sustainable transportation solutions, with a dedicated focus on hydrogen-powered vehicles tailored to professional drivers’ unique needs. The overwhelming response at Body Engineering Days underscores the industry’s acknowledgement of H2X Global’s pivotal role in pioneering hydrogen mobility solutions.”

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Andy Schuhmacher from KTM Technologies was equally stoked. He said, “Teaming up with H2X Global for the Hydrogen Professional Van prototype was a blast. It’s been a front-row seat to H2X Global’s innovative spirit in hydrogen mobility. At KTM, we’re all about breaking new ground in auto engineering, and hydrogen tech is where it’s at.”

But this partnership isn’t just about a prototype reveal. It’s a deep dive into crafting robust, lightweight vehicle bodies. The duo is exploring the nitty-gritty of roll-forming T4/T6 aluminum sheets, a game-changer in vehicle production. Word on the street is that H2X Global is hashing out details with a major supplier on this front.

H2X Global and KTM Technologies are setting the pace for a greener auto future. The Hydrogen Professional Van prototype is more than just wheels and metal; it’s a sign of the times, pointing to a hydrogen-powered horizon.

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