Ronn Motor Hydrogen Hybrid Supercar

Posted: Jun 5 2008, 11:00am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles
Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:34am CDT

 

Ronn Motor Hydrogen Hybrid Supercar
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Ronn Motor Company announces the Scorpion which makes hydrogen on demand.

Most Hydrogen car prototypes today need a hydrogen fueling station. Ronn Motor uses a hybrid system that produces hydrogen. The hydrogen delivery system with dual computer processor controls the production of hydrogen on demand, and in real time, which will be inducted through the air intake manifold and blended with gasoline at a ratio of 30-40 percent hydrogen, according to Maxwell.
The fuel for this system is derived from fracturing water molecules drawn from a small on board water tank, and will not require a high pressure, on board hydrogen storage tank or hydrogen fueling station.
Ronn Motor says that the Scorpion should reach 40mpg.
The Scorpion is now in pre-production, and the Company plans for it to be available to consumers this fall. There is no pricing information yet.

About Ronn Motor Company:
It is located in Horseshoe Bay, Texas and is a design and manufacturing company focused on leading edge design, finely built premium automobiles, and balancing stunning looks and performance with eco responsible alternative power systems. These systems include Hydrogen Fuel, Hydrogen Fuel on Demand, Fuel Cells, and Plug in Electrics
Via Gas2. See also the Ronn Motor site.

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