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      08-29-2006, 07:50 PM   #25
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Originally Posted by DLJJ3399
It's not half the HP. It will be the same or more.

Plus you can run the new production cars on both hydrogen and gasoline.

You have the option of what fuel source you want to use. The cars are coming whether you like it or not.

One more thought, diesel used to be considered slower too, until Audi came along and proved the racing world wrong with their Audi R10, which by the way, has been blowing the doors off the race competition with 50 trophies to show for their efforts.

I'm with you on diesel, I think that's a great direction to head I'd buy one in a heartbeat.

but hydrogen does not have the same amount of energy in it chemically that gas has. Remember the crazy streamlined hyrdrogen powered top speed car that BMW made a couple of years back, with the built V12. it was less than 300 hp. A gas engine would have been good for WAY more power.

it's really about half, I'm not bullsh tting

gas and hydrogen together in one car.... with 2 fuel tanks there'd be no room for stuff and my fat american butt!