First sketches of traditional British firm's fuel-cell roadster
16 March 2007

They say that going green’s not always easy, and this visually challenged monstrosity from British sports car firm Morgan is the proof.

Called the Life Car, this concept will be launched at the Geneva motor show in 2008.

Its purpose, says Morgan, is “to demonstrate that a zero emission vehicle can also be fun to drive.”

Power will come from a hydrogen fuel cell, which Morgan says will give the car a 200-mile range, while also providing the performance and range a sports car driver expects.

Morgan is creating the Life Car in collaboration with Oscar Automotive, Cranfield University, QinetiQ, Oxford University and engineering firm Linde.

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