Le Mans, June 12th 2024


Presented in sketch form last October in Boulogne Billancourt, on the premises of the Amaury group, the H24EVO is now on display in the Hydrogen Village at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Pierre Fillon and Jean-Michel Bouresche, co-presidents of MissionH24 and partners in the program, today revealed the model of the brand-new electric hydrogen prototype.


In October, the drawings of the H24EVO had been noticed. “Futuristic”, “spectacular”, “new era” – these were the reactions provoked when the first sketches of the MissionH24 program’s brand-new hydrogen electric prototype were unveiled at a conference organized at the Amaury group’s premises in Boulogne-Billancourt.

On June 12, in Le Mans’ Village Hydrogène, expectations were high: would the scale 1 version match the boldness of the model presentation?

When Pierre Fillon, Jean-Michel Bouresche, the drivers, Stéphane Richelmi, Adrien Tambay, and technical director Bassel Aslan discovered the prototype protected from prying eyes by a dark cover, the audience automatically approached the illuminated space reserved for this pioneering racing car.


The lines are revolutionary and sleek. Built for pure performance, for zero-emission hydrogen-powered competition, the H24EVO made an impact.

Credit : Alexis Goure ACO


Well supported by its partners, TotalEnergies, Symbio, Michelin, OPmobility, Dietsmann and Richard Mille, the H24EVO is made up of components designed for performance and competition. Fuel cell and even Symbio fuel cell system, OPmobility tanks, engine, Michelin tires adapted to the hydrogen technology: everything has been optimized and designed to perform with the H24EVO, powered by hydrogen from the TotalEnergies mobile H2 station.

On both the H24 and the LMPH2G, the key components were available in more conventional versions.

The next major milestone for the H24EVO is its maiden run in 2025, during the first quarter of the year.


Pierre Fillon, president of the Automobile Club de l’Ouest and co-president of MissionH24:

“The H24 was a landmark car in the MissionH24 program, as it was the first electric hydrogen prototype to compete in endurance racing, in the Michelin Le Mans Cup, linking the finish line at each of its engagements. The H24EVO marks a new stage for MissionH24: fielding a hydrogen-electric prototype capable of competing alongside conventional combustion-powered cars. Hydrogen won’t be on the track, it’ll be competing on it.”


Jean-Michel Bouresche, CEO of H24Project and co-president of MissionH24:

“Our aim is to make the H24EVO the 1st FIA homologated electric-hydrogen prototype, with a level of performance equivalent to the best GT3s.
To achieve this, we need to integrate the latest technologies, in particular to provide the necessary power. I’d like to take this opportunity to salute Symbio’s strong commitment to the H24EVO program.”






Symbio fuel cell

New-generation multi-stacks

300 KW net


2 hydrogen gas tanks at 700 bar

7.8 kg H2


872 HP electric motor


Adess LMP chassis 1300 kg


400 KW lithium battery