Friday, 27 March 2015

Salt-Water Powered Car Approved For Use In Europe

A company called Nanoflowcell AG has designed a salt-fuelled car and the company have announced that they are now preparing it for mass production!

Of course, it's not much different to the water-powered car from a years ago which was labelled a big conspiracy.

Apparently the design is no different from a normal hydrogen fuel cell, only that the liquid used to store the energy is salt-water. The salt-water passes through a membrane between two tanks creating an electric charge, which is then stored and distributed via super capacitors.

The vehicle measures 5.25 metres long and 2.2 metres wide and is equipped with a 200-litre fuel tank which allows drivers to travel a whopping 373 miles!


[ Image from Pixabay - Public Domain -http://pixabay.com/en/ford-automobile-car-classic-green-149784/ ]

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