dv8 Report This Comment
Date: June 12, 2009 09:26AM
i drove one once. i farted and they gave me a ticket for speeding.
PrOpHeT Report This Comment
Date: June 12, 2009 09:31AM
Not the first, will not be the last.
Major concerns like with all alternative energy vehicles.
Time to replenish energy source plus cost effectiveness from production,
maintenance, and alternative energy.
Serviceability, and the ever so popular 4,500PSI goes wrong... More than just a
All of which can be overcome, however it will take more than a few concept
gadgets to make it happen.
It all comes down to money, when something proves more profitable than
petrofuels, they will be replaced.
If that occurs because someone discovers something cheap and manages to get it
to market, or because the price of acquiring petrofuels goes up due to
Either way the outcome will be the same, under the same conditions.
Wolfgang613 Report This Comment
Date: June 12, 2009 01:49PM
Unfortunately they fell into the same trap that a lot of alternative fuel cars
do and made it look like a child's toy. If they made them look more like
regular cars people would be more likely to want one, and with demand comes
profit. I believe the 35 mph limit is a safety issue as the frame won't pass
faster car standards.
blinkermann Report This Comment
Date: June 12, 2009 04:17PM
It does not really run on thin air. It runs on thick air. It takes a bit on
energy to compress air and the pressure is just a way to store electric energy.
The good news is that it is lighter than batteries and when it is out of air,
you don't have the weight of heavy batteries when you are pushing the car
It is appropriate that these look like toys, because they are toy and not
genuine solutions to transport needs.