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MDI finds Indian love with TATA. Will finally manufacture theaircar! [Nov. 4th, 2007|02:00 pm]
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No, not hot air. Compressed. C-o-m-p-r-e-s-s-e-...
Woooooot! Well there you have it, once more, it pays to be persistent. At least that's how it's panning out for Guy Nègre who, as Green Car Congress just revealed has signed a manufacturing deal for his long awaited MDI Air Car. Yes! the silent car that gets about 125 Miles [at 70 MPH] on a tank of compressed air (and can fill back up in a couple of minutes). So Tata Motors, India's largest automotive manufacturer is going to start cranking these baddies out! And everybody says "Oh yeah!" ...Newly added, they are also going to be manufacturing a hybrid version that runs on gas and compressed air (gas to boost it at higher speeds, as well as to refill the air compression making road trips more doable).
And they don't just have the city cab version anymore, they got a sleek 21st century pickup truck now, and a family vehicle! I wonder if it is silent though, or if it sounds like a balloon slowly deflating (or a whoopee cushion?) Will have to wait and see, but so the question i am thinking is not so much when can i get my hands on a waycool EV, but more, in about 18 months which type of green car is going to be the one to get??

[User Picture]From: birdbard
2007-11-05 06:36 pm (UTC)
I heard you can getting modifications for various sound effects. I'm going for the whoopee cushion!!
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From: (Anonymous)
2008-08-19 12:53 am (UTC)
I would like to take a tour america.Driving one of your Air Cars.Paint your signs on one,and send it two me. jim-hill@msn.com Thanks Jim Hill
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From: deepti_arrora
2009-02-23 10:17 am (UTC)
Thanks for sharing valuable information. Tata needs no introduction to the Indian customer.
tata cars india.
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