1991 Mazda HR-X, 1993 Mazda HR-X2

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Mazda HR-X

1991 Mazda HR-X Concept
1991 Mazda HR-X Concept
1991 Mazda HR-X Side

Presentation 1991at the Tokyo Motor Show

Project Partners


Vehicle hydrogen vehicles HR-X

Status concept car

Passenger capacity 4

Size, weight L x W x H (m) = 3.85 x 1.7 x 1.45 , weight 1.260 kg

Propulsion concept special internal combustion engine: rotary engine

Fuel H2

Storage metal hydride 37 Nm3

Range, consumption 200 km Top speed, acceleration


Approval


Operation


Goals


Costs, prices


Funding


Source, link Mazda

Mazda HR-X2

1993 Mazda HR-X2 Concept
1993 Mazda HR-X2 Rear
1993 Mazda HR-X2 Front
1993 Mazda HR-X2 Interior


Unveiled at the 1993 Tokyo Motor show, the HR-X2 concept car featured a Hydrogen rotary engine. This car adopted metal-hydride to carry hydrogen fuel safely. The entire body was recyclable. Invented by James Dyson

Presentation 1993 at the Tokyo Motor Show

Project Partners Mazda

Vehicle hydrogen vehicles HR-X2, body type 2 door sedan; test car based on Mazda Capella Cargo

Status concept car, experimental prototype

Passenger capacity 4

Size, weight L x W x H (m) = 4.19 x 1.7 x 1.45 , weight 1.400 kg

Propulsion concept special internal combustion engine: rotary engine; improved engine with higher output than HR-X

Fuel H2

Storage metal hydrid 43 Nm3

Range, consumption 230 km (at 60 km/h) Top speed, acceleration


Approval yes

Operation 1994 one-year monitoring test in cooperation with Nippon Steel Corp. Hirohata Works located in Hyogo, Japan 1995 two cars based on the Mazda Capella cargo wagon were licensed by the Ministry of Transport on May 1995 and were tested on public roads. The total distance covered in the test was about 20.000 km per vehicle over two years.

Goals Mazda aim to complete the development, so that they can introduce the car into market in the 21st century.

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