A motorcycle that is able to travel up to 500 Km on a single litre of water, might be just what the future needs.
With a bit of knowledge in mechanics and loads of imagination, a Brazilian civil servant created a "Moto Power H20". Created in his garage in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Ricardo Azevedo transformed his 1993 Honda NX 200 into a water-powered motorcycle.
The motorcycle also uses a car battery to produce electricity and process separates hydrogen from water molecules. The inventor explained that the motorcycle breaks apart the water molecules, transforming it into oxygen and hydrogen. The hydrogen comes out in larger quantities and then use the hydrogen to run the motorcycle's engine.
The motorcycle was designed to use a combination of one external car battery and water-tank to create the energy the motorcycle needs to run.
Check the design in the video below!