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General Motors: passenger car "Precept" (2000)

 

Presentation

January 2000 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, USA

Manufacturer

General Motors

Technology provider

Advanced Technology Vehicles

Partner

Global Alternative Propulsion Center

Vehicle

"Precept" family sedan concept (Aluminium)

Status

Concept

Passenger capacity

5

Size, weight

L x W x H (m) = 4.906 x 1.726 x 1.383 mass Curb 1243 kg, GVM 1616 kg

Propulsion concept

100kW PEM (400 cells, 260 - 340 V, 105 kW peak, 75 kW continuous) developed by GM with compact design (1,0 kW/l , 1.0 kW/kg), can operate at low pressures and can start and operate over the ambient temperatue range required of modern vehicles, 85 kW (peak, 35 kW continuous) electro motor (liquid-cooled), two interchangeable battery packs ( Lithium-polymer pack 350V, 3kW-hr; Nickel Metal hydride pack 350 V, 3kW-hr) regenerative braking 

Fuel

Hydrogen

Storage

A speciallly formulated "chemical Hydride" material, 120 kg, 100l total, 4.9 kg hydrogen storage refueling times of five minutes

Range, consumption

Range 800 km, consumption 2.2l /100km gasoline equivalent 

Top speed, acceleration

goal 190 km/h, acc.0 - 100 km/h in 9 seconds

Approval

Operation

Goals

The vehicle should be completely ready until the end of 2000; for the future (stand 98): a production-ready vehicle until 2004

Costs, prices

Funding

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