Japanese Company Invents Car That Runs on Water

Tired of pumping expensive gasoline into your car? Well, one Japanese company reveals an Eco-friendly car that runs on water!
Using the company’s generating system, water is converted into electrical power.
Let’s take a look at this amazing development.
All you need is a liter of water; any kind of water to be exact.

Whether it’s river, rain, sea water, or even Japanese tea.
Genepax unveiled the car that runs on water in the Western Japanese city
of Osaka. They say it’s an electric-powered engine that runs solely on hydrogen dioxide.

The main characteristic of this car is that no external input is needed. The car will continue to run as long as you have a bottle of water on the side for you to add from time to time.

According to Japanese broadcaster TV Tokyo, once the water is poured into a water tank at the back of the car, the newly invented energy generator takes out the hydrogen from the water, releases electrons, and finally generates electric power.

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According to Genepax, one liter of water keeps the engine running for about an hour at a speed of 80 kilometers or 50 miles an hour. The company has just applied for a patent and is hoping to collaborate with Japanese automobile manufacturers to mass manufacture their invention in the very near future.

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4 Responses

  1. Michail says:

    Hydrogen generators sound priomsing, there are a few people that have claimed to make progress with this technology but have either been bought out, silenced or have died. It sounds like most progress involves conventional electrolysis with a twist . using pulsed voltages at certain frequencies. It appears that water will disassociate at certain frequencies, mainly it’s resonant frequency. This speeds up the generation of hydrogen/oxygen gases much more than conventional electrolysis. Do a search for water dissociation. I believe someone is going to find answers sooner or later through trial and error, just tinkering in their own garage. The thing is, in order to get it out to the masses, the inventor is going to have to give the invention away by posting the specifications on the Internet for anyone to build, because if they decide to patent it and sell it, an Oil company will buy it but won’t do anything with it. Oil companies and their investors (institutional, and Governments) are trying to prevent alternate fuels from taking over, all based on greed. They will only do something when the Oil runs out, but at the going rate, the planet will be destroyed and millions of people will be dead because of pollution before that happens.Think about the massive changes possible with a hydrogen generator. All the energy you would need would come from water rain, lakes, rivers, streams, the ocean! You wouldn’t need fossil fuels anymore, at least not for fuel! No more gasoline or diesel for trains, buses, heavy machinery, emergency vehicles, trucks, cars, lawn mowers.No more natural gas to heat your home, hot water tank or cook meals with. You would even be able to run an electric generator with hydrogen to provide power to your home!

  2. Doni says:

    Cool! I modified one of my small cells to your digsen plans that i bought from you and it seems to work good. The idea is to now have a homemade solar panel wired for 4v (many) amps and produce H2 to then combust in an ammonia heat pump style fridge (RV). I am tempted to bottle the H2, but I am told that if there is even 0.01% O2 in there, it can spontaniously combust so I supposed I’d better have many samples analyzed before I do that, however that’s expensive. Thanks

    • Kevin Jackson says:

      Because electric power plants pollute more than ULEVs and hybrids for the power generated it would be enviornmentally irresponsible to use your solar panels to power your car rather than using it to replace electricity generate by fossil fuel powered power plants.
      And because converting water into hydrogen and oxygen to power your car is more expensive that just using gasoline you would be hurting the enviornment and your wallet by doing what you suggest.
      Of course, if you are just experimenting for fun, go for it!

  3. Ranjith says:

    It’s very fine

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