Monday, Nov. 19, 2001

Hydrogen-Powered Scooter

Inventors: Johan Liden and Yves Behar, Fuse Project

While the world waits for Ginger, which may or may not be a hydrogen-powered scooter (see next page), two San Francisco designers have built one of their own—or at least a prototype. The elegant carbon-fiber-and-aluminum Scoot combines a wide, scooped-out footrest with rugged, over-size wheels. Scoot folds in half so that the tires and grimy underside are neatly tucked away. And with a hydrogen fuel-cell engine, you will leave the slackers in the dust.

Availability: In 2003, for $500 to $800
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