The Dawn of a New Era: The Hyperion Hydrogen Hypercar, Reshaping the Game
This is the Hyperion XP-1, a hypercar powered by hydrogen fuel cells.
It is a true game changer.
But the best part about it is the weight.
Or lack thereof, actually, because the Hyperion only weighs 2,275 pounds – or 1,031 kg.
For reference, the hydrogen-powered Hyundai Nexo hatchback weighs 800 kg more than that.
And there’s more good news because while battery-powered cars usually take 20-40 minutes to charge, the hydrogen Hyperion only takes 2 minutes.
And the best part? It does 1,016 on a ‘tank’.
The XP-1 was built on a monocoque frame, using тιтanium body panels and carbon fiber hydrogen tanks.
Every element was designed for a purpose.
For example, the car is fitted with solar panels designed to move to follow the sun’s rays – like a sunflower.
Inside, you’ll find an ultra-futuristic and yet minimalistic cabin.
There are no ʙuттons and knobs.
However, it does have a mᴀssive 98-inch curved screen which integrates the dashboard and the center console.
Hyperion hasn’t revealed how much the XP-1 will cost but considering its performance and the level of technology, you’re looking at 2-3 million dollars.
At the very least.