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New R/C Car Is Powered By Hydrogen Fuel Cells

New R/C Car Is Powered By Hydrogen Fuel Cells

H2GO

By Luke Anderson

Are you one of the growing number of people that is becoming more conscious about your impact upon the environment? If so, it’s probably no surprise that your children’s (or other people’s kids’) toys demand a lot of power. From game consoles to R/C cars, their energy consumption is great. Wouldn’t it be nice to give them something that’s environmentally-friendly, but still fun?

What kid doesn’t like a remote controlled car? This H2GO car is about as green as toys come. It is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell which needs only water and solar energy to power the car. The racer is also aerodynamically designed to make it as fast as possible, while using the least amount of power. There’s no word yet on pricing or availability.

[ Corgi ] VIA [ Gizmag ]







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15 responses to “New R/C Car Is Powered By Hydrogen Fuel Cells”

  1. Well hope !!!
    Let see how these conventional hydrogen power could help

  2. Very awesome – this is definitely something I'm going to have to get for my nephew this year.

  3. why didn't this car existed when i was young? Kids are so lucky these days.

  4. why didn't this car existed when i was young? Kids are so lucky these days.

  5. This would be a great way to induce some interest in technology in the minds of young kids.

  6. justme123 says:

    great post thanks!

  7. great article.visited your site for first time today,but i must say your write is of top notch and i will surely frequent your site.

  8. Does it store any amount of H + 0 Gases coz that could be very dangerous

  9. coach hire says:

    Very interesting product, it's environmentally friendly it can help in saving our environment. Hope it's also a budget friendly.

  10. VigRX Plus says:

    WOW COOL
    but yeah .. about the price >.<''

  11. This is a real nice toy. Maybe our team can consider this model or make another greater model based on this one.

    Regards,
    Ron

  12. ?? says:

    Have to say I do agree. Things like this just are what they are.