American Ronn Motor Group (RMG) has announced that work on the hydrogen crossover of Myst. The novelty will appear not earlier than 2022, and its production is likely to be established at the plant of one of the Chinese partners.
Over the last decade RMG (formerly Ronn Motor Company) have repeatedly stated their ambitious plans, but then the concept Scorpion was a no-go. Dvuhdverka with exotic injection system of hydrogen showed in 2009, in the midst of the economic crisis, and a year after high-profile premieres, the company has ceased all work. In 2015, the firm was revived under a new name – Ronn Motor Group and announced the second version of the “Scorpion.” Later, a promising model was renamed the Phoenix.
Under this name the light was supposed to be coupe, Roadster and sedan, all with electromotional power plant. It was assumed that only electricity on the “Phoenix” would pass about 350 miles (563 kilometers). The combination of fuel cells (FC) and battery would provide him with a power reserve of more than 600 miles (965 kilometers). With 600-horsepower supercar supposedly able to accelerate to 60 mph (97 kilometers per hour) in 2.5 seconds and its maximum speed is more than 290 kilometers per hour.
Hydrogen crossover of Myst will stand on a new flexible platform Q-Series, adapted for electric power plants and for fuel cells. Externally, the SUV will resemble the same Scorpion. The promised breakthrough technologies – like the use in fuel cells graphene, a spacious interior, high level of comfort and security. The model is ready for certification in the United States and China – where it likely will sell.
Among the partners of RMG specified Bosch Power Train, Matlabs Software, Roush Engineering, ElringKlinger AG and a number of major European suppliers. The firm has two joint ventures in China: the manufacturer of komtrans Kawei Group and the administration of the urban County Taisen.