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Saturday, 9 July 2011

ronn motor scorpion

ronn motor scorpion
Much like EV builder Tesla, Ronn Motors says it believes in joining "performance with eco-responsible alternative power systems," and started out by designing a sports car with high-speed credentials that wouldn't disappoint enthusiasts. Featuring a lightweight carbon fiber body (built by Metalcrafters) the Scorpion uses a mid-mounted Acura 3.5L V-6 from the TL Type-S, twin-turbocharged for over 450 hp. With a six-speed manual, limited-slip differential and 12-in. brakes, on paper the Scorpion is more than capable of harnessing that power, while grip is maintained with Toyo Proxie Ultra High Performance T1R tires on 20-in., two-piece forged Modena wheels by MOZ (9 in. wide up front, 11 in. rear). Though Ronn isn't releasing performance numbers for its creation, given this set up most likely they'll be impressive.
Of course, buyers in the market for a handbuilt, low volume supercar already have plenty of good options to choose from. What makes the Scorpion unique, however, is a hydrogen fuel-injection (HFI) fuel-delivery system developed specially by Ronn Motor. By mixing 30-40% hydrogen into the car's air/fuel mixture, the V-6 manages 20-40% better fuel-economy than when running strictly on gasoline, and CO2 emissions are also greatly reduced. But more important, unlike normal fuel-cell vehicles that require access to hydrogen refueling stations, Ronn's HFI system actually produces all the hydro it needs on board -- using power from a battery to produce hydrogen through water electrolysis (the H2O is stored in a small tank), a dual computer processor then controls how much of the fuel is inducted through the air intake manifold and blended with the car's gasoline supply. No high-pressure hydrogen storage tank is required, and owners only need to refuel the Scorpion with normal gas.

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