What can toy cars teach us, apart from if you keep things in their original boxes they’re worth far more on eBay? Apparently, they can show us a whole load more – for example, you can stick a fuel cell just about anywhere.
Toymaker Corgi has unveiled a fuel cell powered remote control car, named the H2GO.
Power for the H2GO is delivered by an on-board hydrogen fuel cell, where sun and water supply the fuelling unit with renewable, clean energy for unlimited play.
The first of a new range of toys to be launched under the brand name H2GO, the futuristic car was designed by acclaimed designer Professor Luigi Colani. The car boasts an eye-catching aerodynamic design and is made using lightweight environmentally-friendly wheat based plastics.
The H2GO is the result of a unique strategic partnership between Corgi International and Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies, a global leader in fuel cell development. Going forward, both companies aim to develop and produce a range of new toys using hydrogen fuel cells, making the H2GO brand a recognized global leader in clean energy toys.
Greenbang senses an early contender for her Christmas list.