Scorpion Hydrogen Sports Car Concept

Ronn Motor Company has created a sports car concept which runs in 30-40 % blend of hydrogen and gasoline. Scorpion, the sports car concept doesn’t require high-pressure hydrogen tank, unlike other hydrogen car, instead, the car’s alternator is injected into the motor that sends an electric charge through the water in a storage tank and releases hydrogen that means it produces hydrogen while driving. This surely differences Scorpion car from the usual gasoline-hydrogen car in the market.

ronn scorpion hydrogen sports car concept

ronn scorpion hydrogen sports car concept

ronn scorpion hydrogen sports car concept

ronn scorpion hydrogen sports car concept

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MAC says: October 8, 2008

DIS IS CAR LOK A CAR THAT CAN HIT 2 SPEEDS 2 186 TOP SPEED.

stephen russell says: March 8, 2009

Save lack of H2 fuel, Id drive this with Biofuel or Multifuel engine alone.
Nice Real Nice.
How bout Hardtop model.
No H2 Hwy in CA Yet.
IF H2 even developed among mix for fuels.
Be nice Sports EV to rival Tesla sports model alone.
Very hefty for batteries.
Produce some.

Great for Rentals,Lease & Sales

hayden says: December 15, 2010

dude…. there is no lack of hydrogen fuel…. if they are using a hydrogen-on-demand system, which creates it as you need it from simple splitting apart the molecules of water, which can be injected straight into the air intake… it can be actually be done on old carbureted car's, and double the fuel economy… these days you have to recalibrate the fuel inejectors or you would smoke like crazy because it senses it as running lean and injects more fuel… so u need recalibration. if they are not doing hydrogen-on-demand, they might as well go back to the drawing board because that would be stupid… hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe…

hayden says: December 15, 2010

dude…. there is no lack of hydrogen fuel…. if they are using a hydrogen-on-demand system, which creates it as you need it from simple splitting apart the molecules of water, which can be injected straight into the air intake… it can be actually be done on old carbureted car's, and double the fuel economy… these days you have to recalibrate the fuel inejectors or you would smoke like crazy because it senses it as running lean and injects more fuel… so u need recalibration. if they are not doing hydrogen-on-demand, they might as well go back to the drawing board because that would be stupid… hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe…

hayden says: December 15, 2010

dude…. there is no lack of hydrogen fuel…. if they are using a hydrogen-on-demand system, which creates it as you need it from simple splitting apart the molecules of water, which can be injected straight into the air intake… it can be actually be done on old carbureted car's, and double the fuel economy… these days you have to recalibrate the fuel inejectors or you would smoke like crazy because it senses it as running lean and injects more fuel… so u need recalibration. if they are not doing hydrogen-on-demand, they might as well go back to the drawing board because that would be stupid… hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe…

hayden says: December 15, 2010

dude…. there is no lack of hydrogen fuel…. if they are using a hydrogen-on-demand system, which creates it as you need it from simple splitting apart the molecules of water, which can be injected straight into the air intake… it can be actually be done on old carbureted car's, and double the fuel economy… these days you have to recalibrate the fuel inejectors or you would smoke like crazy because it senses it as running lean and injects more fuel… so u need recalibration. if they are not doing hydrogen-on-demand, they might as well go back to the drawing board because that would be stupid… hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe…

hayden says: December 15, 2010

dude…. there is no lack of hydrogen fuel…. if they are using a hydrogen-on-demand system, which creates it as you need it from simple splitting apart the molecules of water, which can be injected straight into the air intake… it can be actually be done on old carbureted car's, and double the fuel economy… these days you have to recalibrate the fuel inejectors or you would smoke like crazy because it senses it as running lean and injects more fuel… so u need recalibration. if they are not doing hydrogen-on-demand, they might as well go back to the drawing board because that would be stupid… hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe…

hayden says: December 15, 2010

dude…. there is no lack of hydrogen fuel…. if they are using a hydrogen-on-demand system, which creates it as you need it from simple splitting apart the molecules of water, which can be injected straight into the air intake… it can be actually be done on old carbureted car's, and double the fuel economy… these days you have to recalibrate the fuel inejectors or you would smoke like crazy because it senses it as running lean and injects more fuel… so u need recalibration. if they are not doing hydrogen-on-demand, they might as well go back to the drawing board because that would be stupid… hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe…







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