The Tata AirPod is a city car running on compressed air (as well as a battery-powered electric motor). The ease of converting air into an energy source using simple compressors means charging stations can be placed anywhere, and they require no provisioning — no trucks delivering gas, ethanol, or hydrogen — and they produce no emissions, just discharge of the air. The AirPod can run 125mi (200k) at a top speed between 28 to 43mph (45 to 70kph).
Pagani Huayra $1.1 million According to the indigenous peoples of the Andes, Aymara Huayra Tata was the name of the great and fearsome god of wind. Today, Huayra is the name of an Italian sports car manufactured by Hagani, with the express purpose of penetrating the U.S. market.
Pagani Huayra (2012) hypercar (named after the ‘God of the winds’; Wayra Tata; in Quechua, the official language of the Inca Empire); with a twin-turbo, V12 engine custom developed by Mercedes-AMG; active aerodynamics operating 4 independent flaps to achieve minimal drag coefficient, maximum downforce and assisted breaking