The automobile industry is undergoing a major transformation. For over a century, it has relied on petroleum, but it is now slowly transitioning to electric vehicles.

Automobile manufacturers Companies like Tesla and BYD are selling more and more EVs every day, and their market share is growing. However, it seems China has not yet had the last word on this matter.

GAC Motors

The Guangzhou Automobile Group (GAC) has unveiled the world’s first car engine that runs on ammonia. Here are the details…

China’s GAC Unveils World’s First Ammonia Car Engine

China’s Guangzhou Automobile Group has unveiled the world’s first car engine that runs on ammonia. The engine was developed by GAC’s research and development center, and it is said to be able to burn liquid ammonia more efficiently and safely than previous attempts.

Ammonia is a potential alternative fuel for vehicles because it is carbon-free and can be produced from renewable sources.

However, it has also been criticized for its toxicity and low flammability. GAC says that its engine has overcome these challenges and can achieve a 90% reduction in carbon emissions compared to conventional fuels.

The engine is still in the early stages of development, and it is not yet clear when it will be available in production vehicles. However, GAC’s announcement is a significant step forward in the development of ammonia as a viable alternative fuel for transportation

Ammonia is a potential clean fuel for vehicles because it is carbon-free and can be produced from renewable sources.

According to GAC, its developed a 2.0-litre engine that can burn liquid ammonia more efficiently in a safe manner, achieving 120 kilowatts of power and a 90 per cent and engine has overcome these challenges and can achieve a 90% reduction in carbon emissions compared to conventional fuels.

The engine is still in the early stages of development, but it is a significant step forward in the development of ammonia as a viable alternative fuel for transportation.

It remains to be seen whether ammonia will become a mainstream fuel for cars. However, GAC’s announcement is a sign that the company is committed to exploring alternative fuel options and reducing its carbon footprint.

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