As much as I hate to link to the Daily Mail a car that runs on salt water looks set to arrive on European roads. It’s super powerful, super quick but, unfortunately, extremely expensive.
Carrying water in two 200-litre tanks, it’s good for 373 miles and has 920 horsepower. This all works thanks to something called electrolyte flow cell power system, which is a bit like a hydrogen fuel cell, but here it’s saltwater that stores the energy.
Let’s hope the oil companies don’t squash this. ore details here.