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The car that runs on fresh air

The car that runs on fresh air
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Engineers in the south of France are working on a car that they hope will radically change the way motorist fuel their vehicles. It is powered by compressed air, emits zero pollution – from the exhaust-pipe at least – costs one euro per fill-up and boasts a top speed of 70 kilometres per hour.