HPX’s ‘Warrego’ Is A Modified Ford Ranger With A Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powertrain

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A few years ago H2X Global began developing a hydrogen cell test mule based on Ford’s popular Ranger platform. Though after the public began expressing interest in purchasing the hydrogen-powered pickup, the Australian outfit opted to shift its plans in preparation for putting this zero-emissions workhorse into production, ultimately resulting in what’s been christened the “Warrego.”

Starting with the Ford pickup truck, HPX Global has bestowed the Warrego with a cutting-edge hydrogen fuel cell powertrain that produces 70kWs (or 93hp). This powertrain also requires markedly less maintenance than a petrol-powered ride, while boasting fill-up times that are on par with a visit to a traditional gas pump. HPX Global will also be offering the Warrego in multiple variants, including single and dual-cab versions that are both available with different interior setups, as well as in 4×2 and 4×4 configurations. The Warrego also sports sleeker, restyled bodywork, and a payload capacity of more than 3,300lbs. HPX has also stressed the fact that its hydrogen cell pickup is largely characterized by its immense versatility, lending itself to everything from working on construction and mining sites to off-roading and border patrol applications. To learn more about the H2X Global Warrego Hydrogen Cell Pickup, you can check out the company’s website linked below.

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Photo: H2X Global
Photo: H2X Global
Photo: H2X Global