Slovakia’s Expo 2020 Dubai pavilion on Friday unveiled a prototype of a hydrogen-powered sports car; With the participation of the Prime Minister of Slovakia, the Minister of Economy and the Minister of Transport and Tourism, the Minister of State for International Cooperation and Director General of the Expo 2020 Dubai Bureau Reem bint Ibrahim Al Hashemi. to the Commissioner General of the pavilion.
Slovak Prime Minister Eduard Heger said: “I thank the UAE government and Reem Al-Hashemi for their great efforts to make the ideas a reality.”
He added: The world has experienced an exceptional period against the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic, so Expo 2020 Dubai will bring the world together again and will be an ideal opportunity for countries to present their latest inventions. let’s continue our way to the future.
He added: “The Slovak pavilion reflects the diversity and beauty of our country and is a unique opportunity for the world we live in to see where Slovakia is, its ability to innovate, its future of mobility and its contribution to the country. The goal of global sustainability.”
The first model of the future sports car was called “MH2”, which is the first in Slovakia and is the result of cooperation with the Matador Group and Kosice Technical University, leaders in the automotive sector. The car was developed by Slovakian Branislav Moksch, who has been designing all Ferrari models since 2007.
Designer Branislav Moksch said: “The car is inspired by water and is in the form of a drop, which is the most aerodynamic shape from a physical point of view.” As a sports car, dynamism is key. If you look at the car from above, you see a drop-shaped cabin. Other parts related to the wheels and wings are inspired by athletes. The athlete’s body has always been the embodiment of human beauty; That’s why we were inspired by the muscles of athletes, because it is a source of their strength, and the aerodynamic shape of the car and the color of the water make it more modern. “
The concept of a hydrogen car demonstrates Slovakia’s ability to find a formula for cooperation between the private sector and the academic sector, “Bringing Minds Together and Creating the Future”.
The pavilion of the Slovak Republic is located in the center of mobility and reflects the concept of mobility with three columns: hydrogen, aviation and space. (wam)