Back To The Future Of Hydrogen Fuel-Cells

Let’s play a game of Name That Movie:

Character 1: “Wait a minute. Wait a minute Doc, uh, are you telling me you built a time machine…out of a DeLorean?”
Character 2: “The way I see it, if you’re going to build a time machine into a car, why not do it with some style?”

Movie enthusiasts are probably able to quickly recall this dialogue between iconic Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) and Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) from 1985’s Back To The Future in which a typical American teenager is accidentally sent back to 1955 in a plutonium-powered DeLorean time machine invented by a slightly mad scientist. This film is full of humorous whit and fanciful imagination, but the musings of Hollywood’s storytellers can now be seen in the real-life concepts of today’s automotive visionaries.

As the world shifts to meet global mandates for a zero-emission future, hydrogen fuel-cell technology continues to make a name for itself, and automakers are swiftly unveiling vehicle concepts that ignite the same excitement and ingenuity that were once reserved for movie sets. These hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles run the gamut. Here’s just a few of the most ingenious ideas making their way onto the future automotive stage.

This Back To The Future DeLorean concept has gull-wing doors, a flux capacitor and a Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor mounted on the trunk.

“A piece of the future is now a reality,” said actor Christopher Lloyd. “Compared to some other technologies predicted in the film, like rehydrated pizza or self-tying shoes, this technology has the real potential to change the world.”

Not a movie buff? No problem! The future will hold many more hydrogen fuel-cell concepts to meet a variety of tastes. Even soccer moms will be able to tow the masses to games and activities while driving an environmentally friendly ride. Check out the minivan that will leave every mom in the carpool pickup line talking.

This concept minivan is described as a “premium saloon” with adjustable seating, group space and a virtual “Agent” that turns the driver’s and passenger’s windows into screens.

The working man has not been forgotten. From farmers to soldiers to pilots, hydrogen fuel-cell technology is changing the future for every walk of life.
This hydrogen fuel-cell powered tractor is a new approach in which farmers will be able to generate their own energy to run their farm and agricultural equipment using hydrogen, 100% generated from renewable resources, of which farmers have plenty!

Even the Army needs to think about going green.

The Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure (SURUS) is essentially a platform with wheels that can be equipped for a variety of tasks. It could easily be outfitted for autonomous driving and used by the military as cargo haulers or to provide emergency backup power during disasters.

From our ground forces to the air, a team at Boeing Research and Technology Europe has now successfully demonstrated that man can fly an airplane powered by hydrogen fuel-cell technology. The 20-minute flight was a tangible example of Boeing’s attempt to develop new technologies for environmentally progressive aerospace products.

“I have a great deal of pride in the creative Boeing Research & Technology Europe team,” said John Tracy, Boeing Senior Vice-President of Engineering, Operations & Technology and Chief Technology Officer. “They have demonstrated the potential of integrating fuel-cell technology into aerospace products and the promise of a brighter, greener future.”
Haven’t seen a ride that fits your fancy yet? The trendsetters may enjoy a night out on the town in this futuristic concept that’s powered by four in-wheel electric motors and a fuel-cell stack that sits between the front wheels.

This ride offers more interior room sans a conventional dashboard and touting a display that projects all of the vehicle’s vital information onto the windshield.

As we’ve envisioned what the automotive future of hydrogen fuel-cell technology may one day look like, one can’t help but wish the future were at our fingertips today. Lucky for you, it is!

RONN Motor Group, Inc. is giving anyone the limited opportunity to invest in hydrogen fuel-cell technology at the ground level. With decades of automotive experience and a leader in hydrogen fuel-cell technology, we are a multinational automotive developer and clean tech auto manufacturer focused on addressing current global environmental needs through a full-line range of zero-emission transportation platforms from automobiles, mini-buses, trucks and small fleet vehicles to future Hypercars. Invest with us today at ronnmotorgroup.com, and let’s accelerate the future!

 

 

 

 

Forward-Looking Statement

The Offering Materials May Contain Forward-Looking Statements And Information Relating To, Among Other Things, The Company, Its Business Plan And Strategy, And Its Industry. These Forward-Looking Statements Are Based On The Beliefs Of, Assumptions Made By, And Information Currently Available To The Company’s Management. When Used In The Offering Materials, The Words “Estimate,” “Project,” “Believe,” “Anticipate,” “Intend,” “Expect” And Similar Expressions Are Intended To Identify Forward-Looking Statements, Which Constitute Forward Looking Statements. These Statements Reflect Management’s Current Views With Respect To Future Events And Are Subject To Risks And Uncertainties That Could Cause The Company’s Actual Results To Differ Materially From Those Contained In The Forward-Looking Statements. Investors Are Cautioned Not To Place Undue Reliance On These Forward-Looking Statements, Which Speak Only As Of The Date On Which They Are Made. The Company Does Not Undertake Any Obligation To Revise Or Update These Forward-Looking Statements To Reflect Events Or Circumstances After Such Date Or To Reflect The Occurrence Of Unanticipated Events. To obtain a copy of the Offering Circular, click here to download directly.

One thought on “Back To The Future Of Hydrogen Fuel-Cells

  1. Pingback: ingeniousness

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *