The car you see pictured here is the RMC Scorpion supercar, created by Ronn Motor Company. What really interesting about this car is that it uses a revolutionary gas fuel injection system that mixes hydrogen with petrol and injects it into the air-intake manifold. The hydrogen comes from the water stored into an on-board 1.5 gallon tank. This means better performance and less fuel consumption. Ronn Motor Company has announced two versions of the Scorpion, one powered by a 300 hp 3.5 liter Honda V6 returning 40 mpg and the other one powered by a twin-turbocharged HX version of the same engine, which delivers 450 hp, goes from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds and goes over 200 mph.
The RMC Scorpion will be available next year, in a 200 units limited run and pricing will start at £95,000 ($140,500) for the standard version and £160,000 (around $237,000) for the HX version. Pretty expensive, but Ronn Motor Company also announced that the fuel injection system, called ‘H2GO’ will also be available as an aftermarket kit for any car and, for around £600 ($900) they say you’ll get a 25 per cent improved fuel economy.