Scorpion, Supercar of The Future

Have you ever thought about using pure hydrogen gas mixed with gasoline to increase fuel economy and reduce emissions?

Ronn Motor Company, Texas, has proposed a new use of this gas: to blend it with gasoline.

Ronn Motor Scorpion Scorpion, Supercar of The FutureIt all started when Ronn Motors teamed up with the Hydrorunner G3, which is an onboard water and electrolysis unit.

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The result was named Scorpion, a revolution to a new generation of “green cars”.

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Scorpion has a 3.5-liter, six-cylinder VTEC engine from Acura, equipped with two turbos and an intercooler to take it from 280 hp to 450 hp (there’s even a 600 hp option).

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Combined with the ultra-efficient V6, Ronn Motors claims a boost in mileage of around 20 to 30% and a substantial drop in C02 output.

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Most of the hydrogen powered vehicles use fuel cells. Hydrogen is pumped into a tank in the car, just as gasoline. The hydrogen gas is then fed into the fuel cell where it is electrochemically converted into electricity–with no combustion, no moving parts and no emissions other than water vapor. The electricity is used to power the vehicle.

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The Scorpion takes another approach – real time Hydrogen Injection fuel delivery system.

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This technology consists of a system that generates hydrogen and oxygen from distilled water in real time as the Scorpion moves down the road and delivers these gases to the air intake of an internal combustion engine.

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With only 2,200 pounds weighing the Scorpion down, the company estimates fuel mileage at around 40 miles-per-gallon and a price tag of US $250 000.

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  2. vishal says:

    hi

  3. Manuel says:

    This aint no Mercedes Benz, Sherlock

  4. Japan Used Cars says:

    If the car’s future is just like this Scorpion I will start investing now and buy the time it was release! It’s super cool!

  5. superformanceuk says:

    i wouldn’t not caught driving in that car. its too flashy it’s a car thief’s toy.

  6. Amrita Kaur says:

    beautiful and amazing super car.

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  8. John says:

    ^ gel fuel- cool story dude!

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