Fuel-cell powered Aston Martin Volare Concept made by Coventry University student

Fuel-cell powered Aston Martin Volare Concept made by Coventry University student

James Trim - a Coventry University 2009 graduate, has revealed his newest project, it's the idea of a greener Aston Martin, more environmentally friendly. Called Aston Martin Volare, James Trim affirms his design keeps Aston’s 'fantastic sound and outright performance customary with that of a petrol equivalent, but would provide drivers the world over with equal amounts of guilt free motoring'.

Trim said that 'the two-seater Volare adopts a high-power fuel cell stack, located between the front seats, a rear mounted battery pack, and a co-axial electric motor at the front. To aid the Volare’s weight distribution, the two hydrogen storage tanks have been positioned directly above the car’s rear axle'. He affirms this layout is ending up giving Volare a perfect distribution of weight.

We shouldn't even think what the cost would be of such development, the price-tag of this fabulous Aston Martin model, but we congratulate Trim for this amazing idea, the green-supercar of our dreams.