Converted Suzuki Van Gets 72 MPG on Gaseous Hydrogen
From the outside, Hodges Bay resident Gus Greaux’s Suzuki minivan C685 looks just like any other vehicle of its kind. However, if you take a closer look, you get a glimpse of what may be in store for transportation as we know it, in the future.
For three months now Greaux, a retired LIAT radio engineer, has been experimenting with a vehicle that uses 75 per cent hydrogen as its onboard fuel for locomotive power and 25 per cent gasoline.
Greaux has converted what used to be a vehicle with a common internal 1300 cc combustion engine, (fuelled with gasoline), to run mostly on gaseous hydrogen.
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