Scientist builds motor running on air
A scientist from Uruguay showed off his invention at the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi. Apparently it’s a motorcycle that is fueled by air.
Inventor Armando Regusci’s patented motor, basically uses compressed air to run and there is certainly no shortage of air in the world; and the best part is air is completely free. He claims he has tested the engine on cars and motorcycles and have recorded mileages of over 100 kilometres on a single charge. A typical charge is about 300 litres of air for an average-sized car. Another advantage is, it takes a short time for a complete ‘fill-up’ of air than a electric car, which requires much longer to charge up.
Armando has partnered up with a UAE-based business man, Nassir Arzam Khan and is currently looking for more investors.