A new life for the rotary engine?

Interesting article here about the Wankle engine that is being developed as a range extender – using hydrogen as a fuel:


9 thoughts on “A new life for the rotary engine?”

  1. My name is Anthony Burke I am now working on Electrical cars and Hybrids
    do you please have a contact In Toyota where I can get information for the different Vehicles I need the process to make them safe for working on. I have all your books and you have helped me in the post. Anthony.

    1. Hi Anthony, on one of my other websites https://automotive-technology.org/ you can sign up to a course for free and then in there is a page with links to lots of manufacturers. You need to buy the data from them but it is the only way to be certain that it is fully correct. Just add it as a cost to the customer of have it included some other way. I can’t remember, but I would assume you are EV trained?

  2. Thanks that information is just what I need after your training I was able to find a small garage with a very good mechanic who has been training me in all aspects of the industry, for the last year including EV Training I am present on an online course
    with City & Guilds for a qualification in EV skills.

  3. Hi, I have got the site up now Thanks a lot at present I am concentrating on Toyota
    at present, it will take some time to learn how to use this site, I am looking for another course run online by city & guilds or are you running any. I really appreciate the time you have given me.

  4. I am trying to contact you as a have just passed City and Guilds level 3 Award in Hybrid Electric vehicle Repair and Replacement this was all down to your books and your support.
    I am now studying for the IMI level 4 award in the Diagnosis, Testing and repair of Electric / Hybrid Vehicles and Components. can you please send me your current email to help me in my research for this new Qualification.

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