The world is well aware that the potential for better technology exists, and is being suppressed, but oftentimes the degree to that we are missing out on is far more pronounced than anyone ever realized.
From Nikola Tesla’s “free energy” devices to the ill-fated water powered car invented by the late Stanley Meyer, who many believe was assassinated because of his inventions, it’s clear that there is far more going on behind the scenes that the automobile and technology companies would lead us to believe.
One of the most interesting pieces of suppressed technology that still hasn’t been widely publicized is a futuristic eco-friendly car powered by one of the most unlikely of sources.
And while the car’s fuel source itself is impressive enough, it’s well worth noting the sheer power this automobile is capable of producing makes it all the more unlikely that the big government-funded automakers will never let it see the light of day.
Salt Water Powered Car Blows the Doors Off the Competition
The numbers sound almost too good to be true. While this surprisingly obscure new technology has mostly been suppressed, the key stats are enough to floor even the most ardent gearheads among us.
The car in question, produced by the brand Quant, has been dubbed the Sportlimousine, and is capable of going from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 2.8 seconds.
The car weighs about 5,070 pounds (2,300 kilograms) and functions almost exactly like a hydrogen fuel cell, except the substrate liquid functioning as a holder of energy is a salt water, believe it or not.
Its unusual fuel source doesn’t preclude it from reaching big league numbers in terms of its speed and efficiency, however.
The car boasts an impressive 920 horsepower, with a top speed of 217.5 miles per hour, and gets 373 miles on a single tank of gasoline.
While the Sportlimousine may sound like a conspiracy or a fraud, this is an entirely different beast altogether. In this case, a liquid passes between an embrace lying between two separate tanks, generating an electrical charge for the vehicle to produce energy. The electricity produced with the saltwater is stored by the super capacitors and distributed to where it needs to go, according to a report from Anonymous News.
Another forward-thinking feature boasted by the limo is its four-motor configuration, which utilizes the saltwater process to feed the motor’s electricity. Two 200-liter tanks house the vehicle’s fuel source, while the five seat vehicle is about 5.25 meters long and 7.2 feet wide by 4.4 feet, or 2.2 meters by 1.35 meter, the article stated.
Blockbuster New Eco Vehicle Certified for European Roads
After making its debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show in March, the technology has officially been approved to hit the roads in Europe, stunning onlookers who failed to realize a water powered car even existed.
The revolution is quietly taking place right under our noses, and American automakers and consumers still have no idea.
The company behind this design is Nanoflowcell AG, which is reportedly preparing the vehicles for production on a massive scale.
So, could this little known company give Elon Musk’s Tesla a run for their money?
Professor Jens-Peter Ellermann, NanoFlowcell AG Chairman of the Board Professor, had the following to say about his company’s ambitious plans. The company is positioned to be a major player not just in the automobile industry, but in several others as well.
“We’ve got major plans, and not just within the automobile industry. The potential of the NanoFlowcell is much greater, especially in terms of domestic energy supplies as well as in maritime, rail and aviation technology.”