The helpful Hummer

October 14, 2010 § Leave a comment

Introducing another Angel Car: Swiss energy storage firm Nation-E has already shown off a concept for rescuing stranded electric vehicles and boosting their batteries, and now it’s electrified a Hummer H1. The AngelH1 is conceived as a mobile service unit to generate electricity in off-grid situations – construction sites, festivals or work in the mining industry, for example – and emergency situations, whether black-out scenarios or after natural disasters. It has a 60kW battery which can power emergency units, and with the usual Hummer off-road ability, it can access remote or cut-off places. The AngelH1 will be on display at the E-Car-Tec exhibition in Munich next week.

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