Land Rover testing hydrogen powered cars

Petrol and diesel prices are skyrocketing in India. Fueling after buying a bike or car also costs a lot. Apart from this, automobiles running on petrol and diesel are also very harmful to the environment. That is why automobile companies are now looking for alternatives to petrol and diesel. New research is constantly being done in this area. The company is about to start testing to power the powerful off-road car Land Rover Defender with a hydrogen engine.

According to the information received, the company will start testing by the end of the year. The company has started work on it. Under the Jaguar Land Rover project Zeus it aims to achieve 0 emissions target by the year 2036.

The company launched the car in India last year. The off-roader SUV is built on the Land Rover Defender D7X platform, which is considered the best for off-roading. Speaking of the engine, it has been launched in a single engine option. The BS6’s compatible 2.0-liter 4-cylinder petrol engine generates 292 hp of power at 5,500 RMP and 400 Nm of torque at 1,500-4,000 RMP. It is an SUV with 8 speed automatic transmission.

Talking about the rest of the features of Land Rover Defender 2020, its 90 variants include folding fabric roof, 360-degree camera head-up display, 10-inch infotainment, Android Auto and Apple Car Play support, 12.3-inch instrument cluster. There are many features including 380 watt meridian sound system with 10 speakers, network message ECU, 3D surround camera, 6 airbags, keyless entry, cruise control and blind spot assist.

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