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GM Sequel (2005)

 

Presentation

January 2005, Detroit

Manufacturer

General Motors

Technology provider

Quantum Technologies

Partner

Vehicle

All-wheel-drive crossover vehicle with fuel cell and by-wire technology with aluminum chassis + body

Status

Concpet / prototype

Passenger capacity

5

Size, weight

(LxWxH: 4994 x 1966 x 1697) mm; wheelbase: 3040 mm Curb weight: 2170 kg

Propulsion concept

electric hybrid with PEM fuel cells (73 kWe) and Li-ion batteries (65 kWe); regenerative braking, two rear wheel hub motors (3-phase permanent magnet synchronous electric; 2x25 kWe; torque: 2x 500 Nm;gear ratio: 1:1) and one central front electric motor ( 3-phase asynchronous electric; 60 kWe; torque: 219 Nm; gear ratio: 10.95:1); total traction power: 110 kW; total torque at wheels: 3398 Nm 

Fuel

Compressed hydrogen (CGH2)

Storage

3 compressed hydrogen storage tanks @ 70 MPa: 8 kg hydrogen

Range, consumption

300 miles / 480 km 

Top speed, acceleration

145 km/h; 0-100 km/h in <10 seconds

Approval

Operation

Goals

Costs, prices

Funding

Source, link

http://www.gm.com/company/gmability/

Comments

Unequaled control on snow and ice, or uneven terrain; 42-percent more torque for unparalleled acceleration and shorter braking distances compared to conventional vehicles; by-wire technology: braking, steering and other control systems will operate electronically like in an air plane; though the 'Sequel' is equiped with additional braking and steering controls for backup


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GM Seque
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author: Covinan