Hydrogen Tuk Tuk - World's 1st H2 3-Wheeler

 New Zero Emissions Mode of Transportation

                              Source: Biliti & Other Tuk Tuks

Roots Date Back to Rickshaws

Los Angeles-based startup Biliti just unveiled what's being called the world's first, hydrogen powered Tuk Tuk or trike.  Tuk Tuks are common means of passenger transportation in Thailand and India.  The three-wheeled vehicles serve as taxies.  Their heritage dates back to Japan's rickshaws.  The new, hydrogen fuel cell powered Tuk Tuk is called FastMile.  The company says it has a 130-mile range on a charge and can be refueled in just 3 minutes.  Biliti is a fast growth electric mobility company founded in 2021 and known for its compact electric delivery Tuk Tuks.  The company is currently significantly expanding its operations.  It is setting up the world's largest 3-wheeler manufacturing facility in India with a production capacity of 240,000 EVs a year and the creation of 3,000 new jobs.

New, Green Mode of Transportation

The FastMile is designed to carry cargo up to 1500 pounds. It's been successfully test driven more than 6,000 miles on very rugged road conditions.  Biliti says it more than achieves price parity with gas- and diesel-powered vehicle competitors. But FastMile offers a zero emissions ride.  

FastMile Differentiators

What is unique about Biliti's FastMile is that it is compact and "affordable", according to Biliti.  Biliti is expanding its portfolio of EVs.  It has battery electric, Tuk Tuk delivery vehicles, known as the Taskman, that are operating in 15 nations, including the US, Germany, Japan, the UK and India.  For more news stories like this, New Travel Vehicles Illustrated


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