The LIFEcar, currently being developed by Morgan on the Aero8 platform, will be a hydrogen fuel cell-powered sports car capable of delivering the speed and handling of its gas-powered counterparts. The development of the car is being partly funded by Britain's Department of Trade and Industry and involves some of the country's best engineering firms. One trick this clean car will employ is the use of powerful capacitors that can store and rapidly release enough energy to make being an environmentally conscious driver fun. A prototype of the LIFEcar is expected in two to three years.
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