Innovations in the automotive sector continue to emerge. One of them that is no less interesting and has succeeded in stealing attention is the compressed air car developed by Zero Pollution Motors.
As is well known, cars with gasoline or diesel fuel emit emissions that are concerning for the environment. In addition, currently, the price of petroleum is getting more expensive and its availability is starting to run out.
Zero Pollution Motors Motors did not want to be left behind by creating a wind-powered car called the AirPod 2.0 which is more environmentally friendly. There is no combustion, just compressing the air into the tank, then the wind is released which can then move the piston.
On paper, the AirPod 2.0 car does not produce any pollution at all from its exhaust. No fuel is burned to drive the pistons in the engine, so this is one of the cleanest emission cars in theory.
Launching from Hot Cars, the AirPod 2.0 car is capable of reaching speeds of 56 km/h with a mileage of about 160 km per air tank. The car can be purchased at a price of USD 10,000 or Euro 9497 or UK Pound 8089, which can be an alternative to a more expensive electric car. Air-fueled cars themselves are actually not new.
Several years ago, an Indonesian named Helmi Dja’far who is a doctor also succeeded in presenting it with a function that has been running 100%. Although it’s not perfect yet; the innovation of this wind-powered car will be something that is very useful in the future.