Global warming. It’s about the biggest discusion subject to talk about in the local pub. It’s also not new when we say that car-producers, one by one, try to find a way to reduce the emission of harmful gasses. Hydrogen use for cars is only thought to be possible with fuel cells or even in regular combustion engines but Ronn Motor Company, from Texas, USA, has proposed a new use of this gas: to blend it with gasoline. According to the company, they can improve the fuel economy up to 17 km/l (or 40 mpg). All that is nice yet, but when we say it can be used for a 450 bhp car that sprints from standstill to 62 mph (100 kmh) in just 3.5 seconds with a topspeed of 200 mph (320 kmh), we can hear you start dreaming of your clean supercar.

That powerful engine is from Acura origine, more exactly the 3.5 liter V6 modded with a twin turbo configuration. Prices aren’t known yet but the cars features let us suspect the worst: carbon fiber body, chromoly chassis, Recaro seats, Indy car independent suspension in all four wheels, Bose 8 speaker sound system, HID Xenon headlights, LED sidemarkers and custom LED gauges. Much more isn’t known yet, but we hope to get you more news soon on this green exotic…!

[via WCF]

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