The Hyperion XP-1 is a 220+ mph hydrogen-powered EV that boasts a 1,000-mile range and recharges in 5 minutes

Concept Name Hyperion XP-1
Highlights The XP-1 is the brainchild of Hyperion, a California-based company.

The futuristic hypercar uses advanced space flight technology to store hydrogen which helps power the car.

Instead of an electric battery, the XP-1 has a fuel cell stack where hydrogen (stored in special carbon-fibre tanks) is combined with oxygen from the air to generate electrical energy.

The lightweight vehicle structure is made from carbon fibre reinforced with titanium.

Check out the full glass canopy and ingenious ‘V-wing’ doors inspired by the ‘Winged Victory of Samothrace.’

The interior features cutting-edge tech including holographic and gesture controls.
Standout Feature The electric motors generate more than 1,000 hp and the XP-1 can travel up to 1,000 miles on one tank of compressed hydrogen gas.
The Hyperion XP-1 relies on hydrogen to power its electric motors
Styling influenced by advanced space flight technology
The Hyperion XP-1 needs only 5 minutes to recharge
The Hyperion XP-1 boasts a full glass canopy for panoramic views
The interior of the Hyperion XP-1
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