Two years after showing off the first Hopium Machina Vision concept with a hydrogen engine, it has done its thing Premiere at the Paris Motor Show. The French automaker is now accepting reservations for the upcoming production car.

Company founder and former racing driver Olivier Lombard received French President Emmanuel Macron this morning for the grand reveal of the luxury sedan, which will be built in Vernon, France.

Although the plant is slated to produce 20,000 vehicles a year, it is not expected to be operational until early 2025. Even so, the company has begun accepting reservations for €656 ($649 at current exchange rates), a reference to the wavelength of the atom hydrogen.

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This allows customers to reserve a place in the queue and the company will contact them closer to the assembly date to give them an opportunity to confirm it. There aren’t many other details about the Hopium Machina, but for now we know there will be a machine store hydrogen in the long cylindrical tanks that run along the floor where the transmission tunnel would be in an internal combustion car.

493 HP, 620 mile range and 3 minute refueling

The hydrogen can be refueled in just three minutes and is used to generate electricity that can be stored in small batteries used to power electric motors, providing a range of up to 1,000 km or 620 miles. Engines generate 493 hp. (368 kW/500 hp) and allow the car to accelerate to 100 km/h in less than five seconds.

Inside, the luxury four-seater features minimalist design by Felix Godard, who was also responsible for the interiors at Porsche, Lucids and Teslas. The pop-up screen extends across the entire dash and can shrink to hide behind the fascia to be as unobtrusive as possible.

The automaker estimates the car will cost €120,000 ($118,134), although it says prices are subject to change without notice.

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