A water-controlled motorbike with the capacity to go up to 310 miles on a liter of H20 is knocking some people’s socks off in Brazil.

The ‘T Power H20’ cruiser was made by Sao Paulo-based public officer Ricardo Azevedo and can even be fueled on polluted water.

The outline highlights a blend of water and a solitary outside auto battery, which is utilized to create power and separate hydrogen from the water atom.

The procedure, including a funnel framework, results in burning and it is this that makes the energy important to control the bicycle.

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