LINCOLN -- Cameron McElwrath is Information Systems Manager at Lincoln College. He and his father have been working to develop the car for four years. His Mitsubishi Diamante VRX runs on half fuel and half water. He says its different from other hydrogen or water cars, like the HHO systems you may have heard of.
"That's a system that also cracks hydrogen, but in my opinion, is not really commercially viable. It utilizes a charge carrier, basically potassium, hydroxide, or lye, and that eventually could hurt the engine. We don't use a charge carrier at all, we utilize electro-magnetic fields, basically field theory," said McElwrath.