Watch the attached video of Genepax and you can see that this car is indeed powered by water. This really sounds too good to be true. All kinds of water, even tea works.
This eco-friendly car is unveiled in Osaca and may be the long wanted solution to rising gas prices. The energy-generating tank takes hydrogen from the water and sends electrodes to power the engine.
Genepax representative says the main feature of the car is that it will run as long as you have a bottle of water. No external input is needed. The car runs about 50 miles per hour (80 km per hour) and would be great in a city setting.
However, this is just the beginning. I would say the large car companies need to watch this trend and use their market share to become the leaders in this new industry of powering cars with simple water. This is eco-friendly. This is health and this is huge economic benefit.
Earlier there have been many reports about Aptera
that will get up to 300 miles per gallon and is expected to have the first mass production for California residents in September with about $22,000 dollar price tag. This is very nice, but powering Genepax cars with simple water, is truly amazing.
Genepax Co., LTD produces electricity and heat from water. No fossil fuels is used in the process. CO2 Zero Emission. The company aims to save the earth from Global Warming.