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Yes, that Morgan, builder of cars that still use wood as a structural element. Charles Morgan is working with a research firm called Qinetiq on a high-performance, fuel cell-powered sports car, to be called the LIFEcar. Due to drop in about three years, the LIFEcar is designed to show folks that hydrogen can be more than just a performance-enhancer for nuclear weapons and fuel for iconic album cover art. Quoth Morgan: "What's really exciting about driving? Perhaps the noise has nothing to do with it. Perhaps it's possible to make a car that's completely quiet, that drives like a sports car makes you feel every bit of the road but all you hear is a whoosh." We'll take ours with the Ferrari V-12 quadraphonic soundtrack option, thanks.

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Do Sports Cars and Hydrogen Mix? [Fuel Cell Works]

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