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Brits rattle tin for 'revolutionary' hydrogen-powered car

John Brown (no body) Silver badge

Windy backside?

I wonder if they have tested what happens if you get a 60+mph gust of wind from behind while parked?

It looks very aerodynamic from the front, but parked somewhere on a windy day, that back end looks like it might not be ideal if a strong gust gets underneath. I'm assuming they've aimed for as low a mass as possible to allow the fuel cell to be able to drive it and get good mpg equivalent.

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