Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, which is owned by American businessman James Glickenhaus, intends to launch a pickup truck powered by fuel cells.
Sketches of the novelty were presented on the Glickenhaus Facebook page. The founder of the company said that the hydrogen car will be extremely long-range, and it will be refueled very quickly.
The pickup is called the Glickenhaus Zero Emission Hydrogen Fuel Cell Boot Pickup Concept and looks like a buggy from a company called Boot. The cars are similar not only in the color scheme of the body, but also in the design of the front optics.
The SUV is equipped with a powerful front bumper and massive footrests. The presence of an unusual power plant under the hood is indicated by inserts on the sides where additional doors are located in standard SUVs of this class.
Unfortunately, the exact specifications of the pickup were not disclosed. Glickenhaus claims that the range of the production version will exceed 600 miles (about 965 km), and the tanks can be refueled very quickly. The publication Autoevolution reports that the estimated power reserve of the production version of the novelty will be comparable to the distance of the Baja 1000 race of the 2023 season, because Glickenhouse regularly tests his SUVs in “combat conditions”.
The company intends to mass-produce the car. Glickenhaus believes the hydrogen pickup’s retail price will be “reasonable”.
The timing of the start of sales has not yet been announced, but the company intends to start creating the first running prototypes this year.