Japan's Daido Metal, a manufacturer of bearing metals, has developed a fuel cell toy car that uses water as its source of hydrogen.
The Daido Metal toy car is using hydrogen created from the electrolysis of pure water. The car is 19cm long, 10cm wide and 8.5cm high, and weighs 350g with a full tank of water.
More details at Japan's Nikkei Net.
The Fuel Cell Toy Car will sell for 20,000yen.
The Future: Hitachi Methanol Fuel Cell for Mobile ...
The Future Now: Toshiba Portable Fuel Cell Prototype
Future Car: Toyota Fine-N Full-Cell Car goes 500km
Don't Miss: The NES Classic In Stock at these Stores