Fuel economy is the next big challenge for EVs, but one that’s likely to get more complicated as electric vehicles become more common.
To combat this problem, automakers are looking for more efficient fuel-cell technology to improve fuel economy.
We’ve talked before about the fact that fuel economy can vary greatly depending on many factors, including your driving habits, climate and the vehicle’s design.
But what if you could optimize fuel efficiency by controlling just one factor?
Well, that’s what the fuel-saving technology of fuel cells is aiming to do.
The world’s biggest automotive supplier to the US has recently launched a program called Fuel Cell 2.0, which is aimed at addressing some of the key issues facing EV development.
And as you can imagine, the project is being driven by a big-name automotive supplier with an extensive track record of producing efficient fuel cell technology.
The Fuel Cell project was announced in March, and it is currently being rolled out at various European and Asian automakers.
The aim of the project, which will see the fuel cell powertrain being installed at a number of European carmakers, is to reduce the overall weight of the cars by a factor of 2.5x, according to a press release from BMW.
In addition, the cars will be equipped with new technology to increase fuel efficiency.
In the US, there are currently two companies developing EV fuel cells.
One is Mitsubishi Electric’s FuelCell Advanced Powertrain (FAPT) and the other is the EV Energy Research & Development Center (ERDC), a division of the German carmaker.
The EV Energy project aims to develop a new fuel cell design called the EV2.0.
This is a small, electric, plug-in hybrid with the engine mounted in the back of the car.
The car can travel at speeds up to 65 mph and will have a range of 400 miles (650 km).
The fuel cell is a carbon-fiber polymer that is a mix of graphene, iron oxide and oxygen.
When heated, it creates hydrogen gas, which the EV can use to power the car or the battery.
The goal of the fuel cells project is to get the cars to a certain weight, which should reduce overall weight and improve fuel efficiency, according a statement from the company.
The new fuel cells will be fitted in the upcoming BMW i3, the company added.
The company plans to start the project with its FAPT model by the end of 2021, which, according BMW, should be able to achieve the goals of the initiative.
In the short term, the fuel efficiency improvements are limited.
For example, the FAPTs fuel economy is expected to drop by 10 miles per gallon (mpg) by 2021.
However, according the press release, BMW expects to improve the fuel economy of the E-Power by around 15 mpg in 2021, up from the current 17 mpg.
The BMW E-Drive and the EV E-Series will also benefit from the new fuel-efficient technology.
The E-Charge, a plug-ins EV, will get the same improvements.
According to the press released, the BMW E2 EV will get around 12 mpg (7.8mpg), while the E3 E2 will get an even higher figure of 15 mg (8.4mpg).
The E3 will also be able run on diesel fuel, while the new E2 is expected not to run on any other fuel.
As for fuel cells being used in the BMW i8, BMW is expected use them in a fuel-sipping version of the EV.
For those interested in more details about the project or to learn more about the BMW fuel cell project, you can read the press conference, as well as a video below.