Though hydrogen fuel-cell technology has only recently become available in consumer automobiles, it’s already being imagined in high-octane motorsport applications. In fact, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus just unveiled such a concept (adding to its ever-growing roster), even going so far as to announce plans to build a prototype within the coming year.
It’s called the ‘Zero Emission Hydrogen Fuel Cell Boot Pickup Concept,’ and, despite the truck’s mouthful of a name, it actually looks to be pretty promising. Much of its design comes from the SCG Boot — including the beefy wheel arches, the quad headlights, and the full-width lightbar — so, needless to say, it’s got some race-proven pedigree. What’s more, it’s also been given a more prominent skid plate, a larger bed, and an integrated H-tank storage compartment in the rear. And while SCG has yet to go into the exact specs of the drivetrain, we do know that it’s aiming for a 600-plus mile range, with the option to use the truck as a generator for mobile refueling solutions. You can learn more at the link below.