5 Min Re-fuel
15-year life
> Km range
Tail-Pipe Emissions
Kg Payload

Meet Indigo

Unique features of the IVe sustainable Van
  • Unique Cabin
  • Configurable Rest Area: Upto two occasional seats can be added, the area can be configured for storage or, as a rest or work area.
  • Optional: Direct access to haulage area
  • Safety Vision: Integrated monitors with threat detection and awareness
  • Skeletal Safety Cell: Cross vehicle beam ties into sub A-pilar, cant rail, door tops and and floor. This absorbs and transfers crash loading around the driver and into the rear bulkhead. The safety cell is also the major structure in the vehicle supporting the  suspension and body.
  • Vehicle Display Unit: Removeable display shows vehicle status  information, GPS and tracking.
    The unit acts as the “key” and is programmed at base for deliveries, special information and tied to a vehicle, so the right driver gets the right van and goes on the right route.


  • Vehicle components
  • Hydrogen Fuel storage tanks and management systems
  • Selection installation and operation of the Hydrogen Fuel Cell
  • Capacitor electric storage and discharge design installation and management
  • Energy brake harvesting
  • Overall Systems integration and control
  • Telematics and data management

“The UK has a significant opportunity to decarbonise our energy system and act as a role model for countries… it is clear there is a pivotal role for hydrogen in the UK energy market of tomorrow” 

Arup: Establishing a Hydrogen Economy The Future of Energy 2035

The IVe Van will be fully compliant with domestic and international standards in safety & general homologation covering:

1. Replaces Diesel engine and gearbox

2. Installs IVe propulsion (developed in mule) system to provide 80% of IndiGo performance

3. Uses off-the-shelf components where possible:

a) Fuel Cell
b) Tanks
c) Axle

Several key homologation requirements will need external bodies to certify that IVe has met all the necessary criteria:
  • European Whole Vehicle Type Approval process, initially at N1 class, but later extended to N2 to cater for a mass of 4.2 tonnes.
  • Regulation (EC) No 79/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 January 2009 on type-approval of hydrogen-powered motor vehicles.
  • Regulation (EC) No 100/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 January 2009 Uniform provisions concerning the approval of battery electric vehicles with regard to specific requirements for the construction, functional safety, and hydrogen emission.