Water-Powered Cars Cost $125
According to manufacturers, the engineers needed no less than 5 years to create a car that provides zero hydrogen emissions without the need for standard batteries. Beside all of these, the aerodynamic design of the car is based on 100 percent environmentally-friendly wheat-based plastics which obviously reduces the total weight of the car to a few hundreds grams.
The basic package will be sold for 80 pounds while the deluxe set, which also includes the solar panel, the hydrogen station, the remote control and the user manual, will be available for about 100 pounds.
“Today marks a new chapter in the global toy market. The H2GO is not only a fascinating miniature-scale, real-working fuel cell powered RC toy that can be refueled using plain water, but marks a change in how the toy industry will need to transform and adapt to a clean energy future,” Michael Cookson, CEO of Corgi International said in February when the parent company first unveiled the car.