Japan’s National car has made a big move to experience zero-emission cars in Beijing Winter Olympics

2022-06-02 0 By

The Beijing Winter Olympics have become the focus of global attention.In this world-famous sports event, the demonstration application of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles has also become a concern of the industry.More than 1,000 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles were demonstrated during the Beijing Winter Olympics, according to data released by the Beijing Winter Olympics Organizing Committee.Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles from Yutong Bus, ZTO Bus, Foton Motor, Suzhou Jinlong and Sinotruk are involved in protection services for the Winter Olympics.To this end, this year’s Winter Olympic Games equipped with more than 30 hydrogenation stations, sichuan FAW Toyota Motor Co., LTD. Production of 107 hydrogen fuel cell Kostar hydrogen engine bus official debut, will the future like Koster launched a luxury modified version?Look forward to it.In Beijing, pure electric and natural gas-powered vehicles will be used, while the Yanqing and Zhangjiakou divisions will distribute hydrogen fuel vehicles.It is understood that the Beijing Winter Olympics organizing Committee comprehensively considered the zhangjiakou competition area mountain high road slippery, warm low slope steep vehicle use environment, with safety as the premise of maximum application of energy saving and clean energy vehicles, reduce carbon emissions.Hydrogen fuel cell technology has been in development for many years, but some people still don’t understand it. Unlike “oil to gas” and “oil to electricity”, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles rely on the electrochemical reaction of hydrogen and oxygen in a hydrogen fuel cell stack to generate electricity.The MIRAI is a five-passenger hydrogen battery car produced by Toyota. It is based on the GA-L rear-drive platform based on TNGA architecture and has three hydrogen storage tanks.It achieves zero emissions and intelligentize while providing comfort for rear passengers, making it a perfect service vehicle for the Winter Olympics.Like electric vehicles, the core structure of hydrogen vehicles is hydrogen fuel cell system, which is mainly divided into four parts: electric stack, hydrogen supply system, air system and heat management system.Of these, the reactor costs the most.In fact, As a leader in hydrogen power, Toyota has been in the field for a long time.When Toyota’s second-generation MIRAI was introduced in late 2020, it had 30% more range and fuel capacity than the first-generation model.Until this year, fewer than 2,000 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles have been sold in Japan, and the new Toyota MIRAI FCV still costs more than rmb380,000.That’s 1.5 to 2 times the price of an electric car and 3 to 4 times the price of a conventional fuel car, leading to poor sales.While focusing on the Winter Olympics, Toyota’s bZ4X advertisement has caught the public’s attention.For Toyota, the biggest significance of the bZ4X is that it is a new car built from pure electric architecture, and marks that the Japanese auto giant is finally beginning to seriously embrace electrification.It is based on Toyota e-TNGA pure electric architecture, the e-TNGA vehicle layout is completely BEV-oriented, can be more compact deployment, improve the interior space.When the rotation Angle of the steering wheel is set to ±150°, bZ4X can complete the turning operation to reduce the tedious operation of the driver turning around, entering the storage and turning. It also expands the legroom and improves the freedom of driving position as well as the convenience of getting on and off the car.By expanding the detection range of millimeter wave radar and monocular camera, new lane-keeping assistance functions are added, as well as BEV exclusive functions (such as charging facilities display and range display, etc.).The bZ4X offers front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive, and is powered by a communication synchronous motor.The front-wheel drive version has a range of about 500km and the four-wheel drive version has a range of about 460km.In terms of acceleration, the 0-100km speed of the front-drive model is 8.4 seconds, compared with 7.7 seconds for the all-wheel-drive version.The actual cars are expected to hit the public market this year, adding a strong competitor to the pure tram category, which is good news for would-be car owners in cities with limited license plates.Click the button to keep abreast of cutting-edge information