Based on GAC’s fourth-generation engine technology, the zero-carbon emissions engine was created separately. The technology belongs to GAC Group, which owns all intellectual property rights to it.
GAC R&D Centers optimized the technology with a variety of advancements, starting with core hydrogen engine technology.
These include a newly designed combustion chamber that enhances hydrogen and air mixing, as well as changes to the hydrogen supply system that increase power density while reducing the danger of hydrogen leakage.
The new engine also has a higher heat dissipation capability, which reduces the danger of combustion. Heat dissipation in both the cylinder head and cylinder block has been increased by reinforcing engine pistons, piston rings, and connecting rods, a seemingly minor modification that results in a significant gain in dependability and operation. This engine’s goal thermal efficiency is predicted to be more than 44 percent, which is a leading domestic benchmark.