Nissan showcased today at the Paris Motor Show the TeRRA hydrogen fuel cell-powered concept.
Nissan showcased today at the Paris Motor Show the TeRRA hydrogen fuel cell-powered concept. Adopting the philosophy of Zero Emissions mobility, this four-seater provides a four-wheel drive capability and uses motor-in-wheel technology, while thanks to the lack of a central transmission tunnel, the four passengers inside the cabin have plenty of room.
The TeRRA is 4160mm long, 1800mm wide and it is 1560mm tall, while its hydrogen fuel cell stack has a power density of 2.5 kW/L. Inside the spacious cabin it features an electronic tablet that works as an “intelligent key” as it is docked when entering the car and then it can be removed when exiting the vehicle. During the time it’s docked, this tablet provides info regarding speed, communications, navigation, entertainment, along with other relevant features of the concept.
It will remain only as a concept.