The Lifecar is certainly an attractive vehicle with a design reminiscent of the Morgan Aero-8. BBC News calls the Lifecar a zero-emission sports car. I can see the zero emissions bit since the car is powered by hydrogen.
However, with a top speed of only around 90 mph can you really consider the car a sports car? I mean I had a VW Rabbit pickup when I was 16 that could do 100MPH and it hardly qualified as a sports car. Maybe it’s just me but to qualify as a sports car you need more than a sexy design.
At any rate, the Lifecar is set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show and is powered by advanced fuel cells that provide 250 miles of non-polluting driving per tank of hydrogen. Matthew Parkin from Morgan told BBC News the car would be capable of 0-60 in about 7 seconds. Pricing information has not been announced at this time.
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Via BBC News