Hydrogen fuel cell powered cars are not so new concept but between theoretical works and realization is a long road especially in car development. While space ship rockets use hydrogen and oxygen reaction to drive rockets to the space, this love between hydrogen and oxygen is used to produce electricity in hydrogen fuel cells. The result of the reaction is water. While single cell units produce very small amount of electricity, when we combine thousands of them, it is enough to drive sport cars at 160 km/h. One of the new cars introduced in 2011 for legal usage is the Morgan LIFEcar bellow.
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