The World’s First Commercial Air-Powered Vehicle

“The Air Car should be surprisingly practical. The $12,700 CityCAT, one of a handful of planned Air Car models, can hit 68 mph and has a range of 125 miles,adequate for cities. It will take only a few minutes for the CityCAT to refuel at gas stations (or anywhere else) equipped with custom air compressor units. It should cost around $2 to fill the car’s carbon-fiber tanks with 340 liters of air at 4350 psi.

The Air Car, developed by ex-Formula One engineer Guy Nègre for Luxembourg-based MDI, uses compressed air, as opposed to the gas-and-oxygen explosions of internal-combustion models, to push its engine’s pistons”…. <More>



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6 responses to “The World’s First Commercial Air-Powered Vehicle

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  2. This is a great post and i always enjoy dropping in on you.


  3. sophie Lawson

    this is really cool. I diddn’t know you can have a air powered vehical.

  4. This is the stupidest thing that i have ever seen or heard. Which person in the right mind will buy a vehical powered by air. I think you people need to work in your creation AGAIN. HA HA HA HA HA HA HA.

  5. Niri

    As a part of my research in understanding team effectiveness in virtual, co-located and distributed teams, I am required to collect data.
    I am in the process of collecting data and need your help in getting the same from your team. The most suitable ones would be those teams involved in product development or research.

    I’d like to approach as a student and request your help and support in enabling my research.
    I hosted the questionnaire on a website for convenience and look forward to response.


  6. Hello, I made some videos of my trip to the factory in Nice, France: and the most up-to-date information is at my Citycat fan website.

    Remember, Google Guy Negre!

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