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Is there really a car which runs on air?

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Asked by farishta khan, 22 Feb '08 12:35 pm
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The answer is yes. Ex-formula One engineer, Guy Negre, has invented a "zero pollution" car which involves no combustion. It is named the 'CityCAT'. Founded in Luxemberg, Moteur Development International (MDI) has researched and developed the Air Car over 10 years.
The car can reach a speed of 150 kmph and has a road coverage of roughly 200 kilometers, which is more than double the road coverage of an electric car.
Economy and the ecological benefits are the main advantages of this car, since its maintenance cost is 10 times less then that of a petrol-run car.
In fact, Tata Motors has signed an agreement with MDI for the application of the technology in India.
Answered by bernard, 22 Feb '08 12:36 pm

 
  
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KAL SAPNO MEI DEKHA THA
Answered by Mridul Sharma, 22 Feb '08 12:35 pm

 
  
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Answered by vidya, 22 Feb '08 12:35 pm

 
  
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