• Jul 17, 2007
Click on the Fusion for a gallery of shots from the first track test of the 999

Finished off in gray primer, the Ford Hydrogen Fusion 999 rolled out of the garage at the Transportation Research Center in Ohio this weekend. The team checked out all the systems on the vehicle, started up the fuel cell in the vehicle for the first time and then started some un-powered runs to check out the brakes and steering. A series of runs with a push start up to 60mph from a truck confirmed that details like the ability to stop in a timely manner did indeed function. Once they confirmed it would stop, it was time to see if it would go. For the full story on the development and testing of the hydrogen Fusion head over to AutoblogGreen. There's also a video after the jump.

[Source: AutoblogGreen]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      what of the rest of the clip? did they do a powered run, perhaps?
        • 7 Years Ago
        They did indeed, but I had to take off before they got it running as I had a long drive home. Check out the full story over at ABG
      • 7 Years Ago
      . . the "Hydrogen Fusion"? Really? Will they make an L0X-powered variant, the "Cold Fusion"? Maybe a powerplant that consumes food, the "Fusion Cuisine" . . .

      Peace
      policy