Invisible Mercedes

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1. FATBOY192 2 years ago

i hope they are making this car for real, it's about time for hydrogen power.

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2. cranky 2 years ago

Oil companies love that car! NOT

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3. kozy 2 years ago

shame that hydrogen separation and dangerous storing is still expensive process

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4. cyberdevil 2 years ago

Awesome. :D

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5. demilune67 2 years ago

@kozy

Cool soon nice vid with explosion

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6. Comment rated too low. Show this comment robsen23 2 years ago

so, i´m also part of the environment and i CAN see it. and it also needs space in OUR environment and is potential danger in OUR environment, and makes noise in OUR environment. sry guys.

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7. Limberg 2 years ago

The real time image capdure/display is lagging, and this only works if you look from the angle the camera is pointed, cute ideea but poorly imeplemented, I thought Mercedes had more money...

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8. johannsommer 2 years ago

This car may indeed be invisible for the nature, because it will not become a series car that soon. Fortunately.
Because the total efficiency of a Hydrogen fuel-cell car is really bad. We shouldn't forget, that even solar electricity is a worthy source, which should not be wasted.
In addition the amount of platinum needed for the fuel-cells would exceed the sources, if used in higher numbers, as well as all further needed technologies for such a fuel cell-car are really expensive.
Furthermore it will last some decades, since we get all electricity sustainable and can dissipate electricity without replacing the amount with fossil electricity.
To make cars more environmental friendly, they should become more lightweight, more aerodynamic and slim. Small diesel cars could easily consume less than 3 liters per 100 km. This would be a real impact on environment and fossil dependency.
Minivans and SUVs would have to disappear.
Without those steps a few electric cars can not change the world. Electric cars and especially hydrogen cars are more able to deflect public awareness from the real solutions to hopeless hopes.
When carproducers don't use those concepts to intentionally draw off the attention from real problems, they should continue to develop electric cars (which will have some future) and, if they really believe in their future (what I cannot really believe), develop fuelcell cars.

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9. fixento2 2 years ago

#8 - absolutely small cars only, families that have more the two kids can put the extra kids in the trunk. Hybrid and electric cars require more energy to produce then they save and have environmental issue when the battery is scrapped.

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10. boober 2 years ago

semi trucks would do that soon

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11. loadrunner 2 years ago

I'll dare you to hit a red light on a busy crossing, driving a invisible car .

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12. FATBOY192 2 years ago

although I reckon super capacitors will be the way to go in the future, http://gas2.org/2009/03/17/new-capacitor-could-lead-to-ultra-efficient-electric-cars/