Ronn Car Company chose to go a different way with the Scorpion, utilizing hydrogen fuel injection. The car produces hydrogen during vehicle operation through electrolysis of water generated from the vehicle’s electrical system. The hydrogen is injected with the regular fuel allowing for up to 50 percent better fuel efficiency than gasoline alone, reducing emissions. The Scorpion uses an Acura V-Tech, V-6, Type S, 3.5-liter engine capable of producing 450 horsepower. It stays light on its wheels using a carbon-fiber body. While not quite as emission free as the electrics, the Scorpion still manages a respectable 40 mpg. Ronn Motor Company plans future cars using fuel cell and electric technologies with an emphasis on design, performance and eco-responsibility.