Japanese Company Invents Water Fueled Car

WaterPoweredCar

Tired of pumping expensive gasoline into your car? Well one Japanese company reveals an eco-friendly car that runs on water, using the company’s generating system, which converts water into electrical power – possibly the world’s first.

All you need is a liter of water – any kind of water to be exact, whether its river, rain, sea water, or even Japanese tea.
Genepax unveiled a car that runs on water in the western Japanese city of Osaka. They say it’s an electric powered car that runs solely on hydrogen dioxide.

Kiyoshi Hirasawa, Genepax CEO: “The main characteristic of this car is that no external input is needed. The car will continue to run as long as you have a bottle of water inside for you to add from time to time.”

According to Japanese broadcaster TV Tokyo, once the water is poured into a water tank at the back of the car, the newly invented energy generator takes out the hydrogen from the water, releases electrons and finally generates electrical power.

Kiyoshi Hirasawa, Genepax CEO: “We highly recommend our system since it does not require you to build up an infrastructure to recharge your batteries, which is usually the case for most electric cars.”

According to the Genepax, 1 liter of water keeps the car running for about an hour with a speed of 80 kilometers or 50 miles an hour.

The company has just applied for a patent and is hoping to collaborate with Japanese automobile manufacturers to mass manufacture their invention in the very near future.

source: http://muslimvillage.com/forums/topic/66106-japanese-company-invents-water-fueled-car/

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