Automakers are jumping through hoops to undergo immense changes to keep up with environmental standards such as low-emissions and alternative fuel designs. So, it’s funny to think that toy makers are also making efforts in their designs. The latest example from a toy-maker, Corgi International, has unveiled a novel hydrogen fuel cell powered radio controlled toy car. Named the H2GO, the car uses a propulsion system based on Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies pioneering H-Racer.
The toy car is made from eco-friendly wheat based plastics and utilizes zero-emissions energy technology. Power is derived from an on-board hydrogen fuel cell system that uses only water and energy from the sun via a solar unit. The kit comes with a remote control unit, a fuel station and solar cell panel.