BMW turns to Liquid Hydrogen for its V12


BMW V12 Liquid Hydrogen Engine

Going green isn't as simple as it sounds.
So many automakers are trying out different technologies that can not
only be better for the environment that your regular, run of the mill
internal combustion gasoline engine, but also ones that produce oodles
of power. It's hard to sell people on a car with no guts, because for a
lot of us, we want something fun to drive.

Well, it seems that BMW has plans for a new powerplant for a limited
edition 7-series: a bi-fuel V12 that runs on liquid hydrogen and
gasoline, producing in excess of 230 horsepower. Earlier tests have
shown that this type of engine is capable of 285hp, pushing vehicles up
to 186mph.

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