• And where does the compressed air come from? (Yes, I know, from a bottle 😉 ).

  • Mark

    That is really cool!! 3 minutes for a station compressed air recharge and it can be charged electrically at home in 3-5 hours with an electric compressor which I’m betting could be tapped by a solar, wind, or bio-deisel generator.

  • Joe Hartley

    If this were an electric car and the electricity game from a coal-burning generator, you wouldn’t call that non-polluting, I hope! So what’s the technology involved to manufacture the steel tanks for the air and fill the tanks with compressed air?

  • dave

    I hope thet will produce this year but dont get your hopes too high because they keep saying from 2003 they get it running in a year time. Probably you will get to buy 1 from 2010 or 2011 or so. By then there is much a tougher compettitive markt from hydrogen fuel based cars. So i’m not sure if it will even be a breaktrough as they are hoping for. They better be quick or they loose the battle against the hydrogen revolution.

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