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Tata Motors Successfully tested
two Air-Powered Vehicles
May 7, 2012
Tata Motors and MDI (Motor Development International) have signed an agreement in Jan 2007.
This agreement gives right to Tata Motors to produce and sell “Compressed Air Cars” in India using the technology developed by MDI. Recently it came to our notice that, Tata Motors has successfully tested the “Compressed Air Engine Technology” in two of their vehicles. It means that they can produce at least two of their models by using this technology. Company spokesperson says that this technology can used for both Passenger as well as Commercial Vehicles.
There are two phases of development as per the signed [...]
Il n'est probablement pas anodin que le site présente ce succès
en même temps que la Jaguar XKX Electric Car Concept
(Inspired by Iconic E-Type - May 8, 2012)
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de son projet de progrès social, félicite cordialement
tous les membres de l'équipe de Recherche et Développement,
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MDI's air engine technology tested
on Tata Motors vehicles
In January 2007, Tata Motors and Motor Development International (Luxembourg) signed a licence agreement that enables Tata Motors to produce and sell compressed air cars using MDI technology in India.
The agreement covered two phases of activity encompassing the technology transfer and proof of the technical concept in the first phase, and in the second phase completing detailed development of the compressed air engine into specific vehicle and stationary applications.
The first phase of this programme - proof of the technical concept in Tata Motors vehicles - has now been successfully completed with the compressed air engine concept having been demonstrated in two Tata Motors vehicles.
In the second phase of the development, the two companies are working together to complete detailed development of the technology and required technical processes to industrialise a market ready product application over the coming years.Released on 07 May, 2012.
Publié par Air Pur des Vosges à 07:46