Hyvolution: GCK will present its retrofitted Renault Master Evo H2

The GCK Group, specialised in retrofit, will be at the Hyvolution show next week in Paris. On this occasion, it will present the Renault Master Evo H2, its latest vehicle which is currently in the approval phase. The diesel engine has been replaced by an electric motor powered by batteries and a fuel cell.

In a few months’ time, the Master Van H2 tech, produced by Hyvia on behalf of Renault, will be on the road. The vehicle was already presented at Hyvolution last year. But this year, it is another Master that is likely to steal the show, the one converted by GCK. The group claims that it retains the characteristics and performance of the original vehicle. Powered by an electric motor with a maximum power of 96 kW supplied by a Symbio fuel cell integrated in the engine compartment, the Renault Master Evo H2 has a range of 400 km (5 minutes recharging time) and a maximum speed of 130 km/h.

This is a solution that may be of interest to fleets due to the upcoming implementation of LEZs* in France’s most populated cities.

At Hyvolution, GCK will also take the opportunity to present Flex’hy: a subsidiary that can either produce hydrogen on site or distribute hydrogen produced locally. Thanks to flexible and mobile solutions, Flex’hy meets the needs of customers who want to steadily increase their daily consumption and number of vehicles with a very low level of civil engineering development. GCK also has expertise in the hydrogen combustion engine, since the acquisition of Solution F.

*Low-emission zone

Article written by Laurent Meillaud and translated by Logan King 

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