GreenGT has been invited to fill in ‘Garage 56’ during the 2013 edition of the 24 hours race of Le Mans. The first hydrogen-electric powered Le Mans prototype caught attention by the Automobile Club de l’Quest (ACO), the Le Mans organiser, already in June 2011 when it was selected as an innovative project. And now, when GreenGT has unveiled their H2 racer on the evening before the official 2012 test day, the Swiss based company is delighted to take over the garage for experimental vehicles from the Nissan-powered DeltaWing, which has been selected for this year.

GreenGT is about to test the 540 hp car in July and will race for the first time during the FIA World Endurance Championship meeting on Silverstone in August.

You can find all GreenGT H2 details and specifications here.

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