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World’s first’ hydrogen-powered Tuk Tuk unveiled

  • July 20, 2022
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Biliti Electric, one of the fastest-growing electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers, has unveiled the Tuk Tuk, the world's first hydrogen fuel cell-powered electric three-wheeler.

The Tuk Tuk, according to the company, has been tested on all road conditions, including rough roads, for more than 6,000 miles, or 9,656 kilometers, with a whopping payload of up to 1500lbs. This three-vehicle system, dubbed one of the market's game changers, has been fully integrated by Biliti to meet automotive standards, as well as receiving a successful update of all hydrogen fuel cell components.

According to the company, the FastMile HFC Tuk Tuk has a maximum range of 130 miles (209 kilometers) and can be refueled in three minutes. At $7/kg of hydrogen, 3W fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) achieve price parity with conventional counterparts powered by gasoline/diesel. Interestingly, the Tuk Tuk has a better motor with a 20° gradeability for efficient speed.