Airbus says it's on track to have a fully operational megawatt-class electric powertrain, fueled by cryogenic liquid hydrogen, tested in flight by 2026, ahead of a full-scale zero-emissions passenger airliner it plans to put into service by 2035.
Developing a zero-emissions fuel-cell off-roader to compete in Baja 1000 is hard enough. But using cryogenic liquid hydrogen that stores at -423 ºF as fuel? That's just lunacy. Lunacy reigns at SCG, where a cryo-hydrogen Baja Boot is in development.