The sensational headline on the article linked below is misleading, this car does not actually run on saltwater, but it is unique in that it uses saltwater as the catalyst or electrolyte to help power its hydrogen fuel cell motor. The Quant e-Sportlimousine holds over 100 gallons of saltwater in its tanks to give it a range of 373 miles before refueling. And it's fast. Very fast with a top speed of 217mph. It will take you longer to say the name of the car than for the car to go 60mph (2.8 seconds!). The drivetrain is made by NanoFlowcell AG and they claim it has 5 times the energy capacity of lithium-ion batteries of the same weight. Of course, this high tech is not cheap and there is speculation this car will cost nearly 2 million dollars. But let's hope that comes down in time. Currently the e-Sportlimousine is being tested on public roads in Europe. More: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencet...60mph-2-8-seconds-just-approved-EU-roads.html Hat Tip: This has been flying around Facebook this week. Credit to Brandon Klaus of AquaNerd.