Phinia, a leader in premium fuel systems has announced the results of a high-performance durability test undertaken by one of its Hydrogen Internal Combustion Engine (H2ICE) vehicles.

The test, conducted in Q1 2024, was a “rigorous” assessment of the H2ICE vehicle’s capabilities, subjecting it to a challenging 1,000+ km journey in 12 hours, enduring challenging winter conditions, reaching lows of -4 degrees Celsius, while fully loaded.

The firm says this achievement showcases the potential of H2 as a cleaner and viable alternative to internal combustion engines that use traditional fuels, with particular focus on high-intensity applications in the transportation industry.

The 1,056km round trip starting and ending in Blois, France, demonstrated the capability of the H2ICE powertrain for transient drivability, practical performance, and adherence to stringent emissions and safety standards.

The examination also gives confidence for H2ICE’s viability for additional practical applications, including backup power supply and motor sports.

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Todd Anderson, Chief Technology Officer, Phinia said: “This experiment is just a glimpse into the potential that H2ICE technology has to change the face of sustainable transportation.”