Air Power Car – 100% Air powered, 3000 miles on a tank, 70 mph top speed?

by Mr. Charrington on May 31, 2007

Air Car
I guess this tops the list for non-polluting automobiles? Air Powered Car that gets excellent mileage and isn’t too bad on the mph either! I’m not too sure about the styling or the fact that it looks like it could get blown over by a gust of wind, aside from that it’s a great idea. I’m anxious to see how the nay sayers devalue this one.

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Mr. Charrington 05.31.07 at 12:02 pm

I don’t know if we’ll see this in the states. I don’t think it will pass code.

Ugly American 05.31.07 at 9:15 pm

The video says 110 Kph which is about 68 Mph via google.

There were several US toys and some military equipment that ran on air before modern batteries.

The air cycle is less efficient overall than all electric but is much easier to build and could easily come to dominate commuter traffic in India and China.

Kamilla White 06.10.07 at 11:22 am

I want one.

Charlie 03.21.08 at 12:22 pm

Is there any way to get hold of these amazing things yet if so lets get them all over the world as soon as possible there great.

jay 12.29.15 at 7:15 pm

EngineAir Australia makes rotary Wankel air motors in Australia. These are nearly silent in operation. New carbon fiber air pressure tanks hold up to 10,000 pounds per square inch. GM Cadillac Aera carbon fiber composite full size sedan (Concept Car design) would get 1000 mile range on one fill of the air pressure tank, at normal highway cruising speeds. The Aera would have in hub rotary air motors. This leaves the “engine compartment” available for luggage space etc., or the design could be adapted for different configurations. And needless to say, air can be pumped manually or using a pedal powered pump system, with proper gearing etc.

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