Wednesday, 20 February 2008

Is this the answer to car pollution?

A car that runs on air and releases no pollutants into the air could be on sale in India later this year.
The fibreglass OneCAT weighs only 350kg and is expected to cost about £2,500. The technology is backed by Tata, the Indian company that last month unveiled the world’s cheapest car, the £1,250 Nano.
Refuelling involves topping up on compressed air. In a couple of minutes - and at a cost of as little as £1 - the vehicle is ready to travel another 125 to 185 miles. Read more here.

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