Italian design house readies hydrogen- powered concept
27 February 2007

This suitably sleek offering is Giugiaro's Geneva show car.

Called the Vadho, it is powered solely by hydrogen gas and features an offset cockpit for driver and passenger, tandem-style.

The engine sits to the left of the driver, hopefully creating an ideal weight balance.

It's not just the car's canopy that has an aeronautical theme - the Vaho has no steering wheel, the driver instead steering via two joysticks.

In theory, the car's cockpit could be set on the right for right-hand-drive markets such as the UK. Sadly, however, we don't rreckon it's ever likely to get that far.

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