Seymour Powell has designed what is claimed to be the world’s first purpose-built fuel cell motorbike. The Emissions Neutral Vehicle has been created for Intelligent Energy, a British energy solutions company. The prototype bike is constructed from hollow-cast aircraft-grade aluminium. It features a Core fuel cell, which can be detached from the bike and applied to other motor-powered vehicles. The bike is awaiting a manufacturer and could go into production in two years. Seymour Powell was appointed to the project by Intelligent Energy in November 2003.
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