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Peugeot H2O concept

Peugeot H2O concept fire car

Peugeot H2O concept
Make Peugeot
Model H2O
Concept year 2002
Production year -
Engine Fuel cell

The H2O was a radical concept from Peugeot, it was their vision of a futurist fire prevention vehicle. The H2O uses a fuel cell for power, producing water as a by product.

The H2O, built on a Partner Electric base, uses the fuel cell battery as a source of onboard energy and features a major innovation for this technology: the hydrogen is produced in real time, based on the system's needs, removing the problems generally associated with storing pressurized hydrogen.

The H2O has a large trademark Peugeot air intake framed by feline-shaped lights. And bears a direct resemblance to some of Peugeot's smaller production cars.

The rear of the concept is reserved for the watertank and a telescopic ladder. At the bottom of the rear end panel, instead of the exhaust (no longer needed) there are two connections for the water feed or the branch pipe. Naturally, the colour is "fire engine red".

The interior is intended for 2 firemen and comes equipped with modern command and operating equipment, such as GPS, telephone and a touch screen on the dashboard.

One intelligent feature of the H2O is a PC screen displaying an interior map of the building.

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