First self-driving hydrogen trucks in 2025


First self-driving hydrogen trucks will be launched by Gemini Motor Co. in 2025.

Prototype testing of Gemini’s first prototype is scheduled for 2023. With a maximum range of 2250 kilometers, and recharging time of less than 20 minutes, this truck is called RoboTruck. It will be able to run 24 hours a day, seven days a week without a driver, resulting in a four-fold increase in operational efficiency over a truck driven by a human.

RoboTruck’s artificial intelligence will be able to perform predictive maintenance and maximize the vehicle’s energy efficiency through software focused on Self-learning, all while adhering to the most stringent road safety standards possible.

Gemini Motor is currently developing an AV stack with a number of partners in preparation for testing this summer.

Anela Dokso

Russia no longer desires to supply Europe with hydrogen

Previous article

Aramco studying ways to reduce hydrogen production cost

Next article

You may also like

More in Hydrogen


Comments are closed.