Audi showed off its concept car, the H-Tron Quattro Concept, at the ongoing 2016 Detroit Auto Show, which the Audi have been working on for many years. The hydrogen-powered concept car, inspired from the E-Tron Quattro concept, just takes four minutes to fuel up that covers an estimated range of 372.8 miles on the European cycle.
The H-Tron gets power from both the fuel cell and a lithium-ion battery for the extra back-up. The fuel cell has an output of up to 110 kW and along with 100KW power from the lithium battery, the concept car can accelerate from standstill to 100km/h under seven seconds and has a top speed of 200km/h.
The fuel cell and the high-voltage battery power two electric motors, which are located on the front and rear axles for 90 kW and 140 kW of power respectively. It also features heat pump for the interior air conditioning and a solar roof that boost an average of 620 miles extra range annually.
Fitted with the latest technologies, there are three OLED screens displaying everything the driver and passengers need to know. In fact, there are only two buttons that let you control the displays. The rest is done using the touch mechanisms along the steering wheel. Like the E-Tron Quattro, the H-Tron also rides on the Volkswagen group’s second-generation modular longitudinal platform.