Fiat Panda Hydrogen
The Panda Hydrogen is a fuel cell vehicle from Fiat, based on the former small car Nuova Panda.
The first model was introduced in 2003. As fuel is gaseous hydrogen, which is stored at a pressure of 350 bar in underfloor tanks with 68 liter capacity. This is used in an Andromeda II fuel cell stack of Nuvera Fuel Cells with 60 kW of power to produce electrical energy, these drives without the usual backup battery to an electric motor.
In the following years further prototypes were presented. Since September 2007, as part of the Zero Regio project three vehicles in Mantova (Italy ) in action