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Watch the Hyperion hydrogen hypercar hit the road | Hagerty Media

A California hypercar that emits only water vapor has proven to be more than vaporware as it took to the desert roads of Nevada and the Las Vegas Strip. Hyperion first revealed its XP-1 in summer 2020, claiming that its fuel cells would deliver 1500 horsepower, a top speed of over 220 mph, and 0-60 mph in 2.2 seconds.

OK, but where are you going to get the liquid hydrogen from to fill your tank? Or if you're going to do it with hydrogen gas, how are you going to get that into your tank? Hydrogen isn't easy to separate from other elements, like water, it takes a lot of energy to do that. Need more information.