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Video - Nissan Reveals World's First Solid Oxide Fuel-Cell Vehicle

Video - Nissan Reveals World's First Solid Oxide Fuel-Cell Vehicle

Snapshot: The newly-revealed vehicle runs on bio-ethanol electric power.

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Nissan, the Japanese automaker, has revealed the world's first Solid Oxide Fuel-Cell (SOFC)-powered prototype vehicle in Brazil. The newly-revealed vehicle runs on bio-ethanol electric power. Research and development of the e-Bio Fuel-Cell was announced by Nissan in June in Yokohama. For those asking, Nissan already sells the world’s highest-volume zero-emission car, the LEAF. The e-Bio Fuel-Cell prototype vehicle runs on 100-percent ethanol to charge a 24kWh battery that enables a cruising range of more than 600km.

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Nissan will conduct further field tests on public roads in Brazil using the prototype. Nissan president and CEO Carlos Ghosn said: “The e-Bio Fuel-Cell offers eco-friendly transportation and creates opportunities for regional energy production…all the while supporting the existing infrastructure. In the future, the e-Bio Fuel-Cell will become even more user-friendly. Ethanol-blended water is easier and safer to handle than most other fuels. Without the need to create new infrastructure, it has great potential to drive market growth.” The powertrain runs on 100-percent ethanol or ethanol-blended water. Its carbon-neutral emissions are as clean as the atmosphere, which will be the part of natural carbon cycle. 

Also, the e-Bio Fuel-Cell offers the brisk acceleration and silent driving of an EV, along with its low-running costs, while boasting the driving range of a gasoline-engine vehicle. The e-Bio Fuel-Cell will realize the concept of "Nissan Intelligent Power," promoting greater efficiency and electrification of cars and the joys of driving alongside battery EVs, such as the Nissan LEAF, Nissan e-NV200, and e-Power, which is equipped with an engine housing an exclusive large-capacity motor and power generator. Nissan will continue to provide value to its customers by incorporating systems that enable the extraction of electric power from various fuels, while addressing the infrastructure issues tied to energy supply in every region of the world.

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