Pininfarina is not usually associated with advancements in technology, as it is more of a design-orientated brand. However, the H2 Speed track car is a welcomed exception to this rule, as it actually won the Best Concept Award at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Fueled by a hydrogen cell, this car has been described as fitting “somewhere between a racing prototype and a production supercar,” and if it actually makes it into production one day, it will become the first high performance hydrogen-powered car in the world.
The concept is powered by GreenGT motor technology, which is based on a mix of hydrogen and electric elements. The actual hardware would include a pair of electric race motors, one hydrogen fuel cell and an energy regeneration system for the brakes. Other details comprise a carbon chassis, an output of about 500 horsepower, a curb weight of about 3,131 pounds and a top speed of over 186 mph. As for a 0 to 62 mph sprint time, it could be achieved in just 3.4 seconds, which is definitely incredible considering that this car has zero emissions.