MDI has manufactured the CityCAT 1. This compressed air engine vehicle uses less that two liters per hundred kilometers and gives off zero pollution. The air is stored in a carbon-fiber tank which reduces the weight but maintains the necessary strength. The CityCAT 1 weighs only 800 pounds and is a four passenger vehicle with trunk space. It is the vehicle of the future. It has the capability of being refueled at home with a simple air compressor. Also the maintenance on these vehicles are decreased due to the lack of major operating parts such as transmissions.
MDI has signed a patent agreement with India to produce and distribute the newly refurbished CityCat 1 now called the One Flow, in the next five years. The estimated cost of running this vehicle is approximately $1.50 per tank that will allow for a travel range of up to 120 miles. This car is definitely one of the vehicles of the future. Electric cars are being produced and experimented with also but cost twice as much and take much more time to recharge rather than a simple refuel of air. The cost of an air compressed vehicle at 5k to 10k is much less than the electrical counterpart at 15k to 25k.
After MDI’s OneFlow hits the Indian streets all the pros and cons will become obvious and if this is truly the answer to cheaper fuel and less pollution it will be worldwide in no time. A U.S. company called Zero Pollution Motors have signed an agreement with MDI to produce the â€œAir Carâ€ using the MDI technology if their experience in India is favorable. This is by far the largest stride in solving our vehicle emissions pollution problem.
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