Last year Suzuki unvieled the Crosscage Concept at the Tokoyo Motor Show. The Hydrogen fuel-cell powered Crosscage which borrows design cues from UK based Intelligent Energy's ENV motorcycle. From what we can hear suzuki motors have extended the agreement with Intellegent energy and will be working on making hydrogen fuel-cell powered bikes in the near future.
Speaking to Motorcycle News, Phil Caldwell, director of business development at Intelligent Energy says,“We have developed an excellent relationship with Suzuki over the past two years and this agreement further strengthens our partnership.”
The Suzuki's Crosscage will be powered using fuel cell and Li-ion batteries with a performance on par with a 125cc city bike. It is speculated that the Crosscage will generate absolutely no operating sound and the only emission will be pure water. The bike is also stated to be efficient with a low fuel consumption.
“Our fuel cells are efficient, robust, and emit zero carbon at the tailpipe. Both Intelligent Energy and Suzuki are committed to the development of cleaner and more responsible vehicles for the consumer," said Henri Winand, chief executive of Intelligent Energy
As we yearn towards greener pastures seems Suzuki in partnership with Intelligent Energy have made their intentions clear about adding greener vehicles to its eco-friendly portforlio.