Behold: the Roland Gumpert Nathalie – an electric vehicle that refuels with methanol (in less than 3 minutes) creating hydrogen which powers a fuel cell to generate electricity.

A  fully functional concept for a not-too-difficult to envisage world where regular filling stations have methanol pumps, the Nathalie delivers a 0-100km/h time of 2,5 seconds, a top speed of 306km/h and an 850km range, producing only CO2 and water as byproducts of combustion (though the manufacturer claims the process is carbon neutral.)

Yours for between €300,000 and €500,000 (considerably cheaper than most of its rivals in the rarified e-hypercar segment)


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