I wrote last month that PSA Peugeot-CitroŽn was getting ready to unveil their twist on a hybrid car--the Hybrid Air. Recall that rather than operating on gasoline and electric power, the Hybrid Air makes use of what could arguably be called one of the most renewable alternative energy: compressed air. The automaker claims the vehicle can run on air 80 percent of the time.
The Hybrid Air is garnering additional attention of late in anticipation to its debut in Geneva next month. Eighty patents were filed in development of the technology.
Next on the horizon? There's talk of the technology being incorporated into GM vehicles as part of an alliance forged with PSA last year.