Zero Pollution Motors, LLC Produces the First Compressed Air-Powered Car

Zero Pollution Motors, LLC Produces the First Compressed Air-Powered Car

A good news from Zero Pollution Motors (ZPM) as they are going to produce the first compressed air-powered car for sale in the United States by mid-2019.

Production in Europe is planned for the first quarter 2019, for US buyers estimate delivery, for those who paid their deposits is 2nd half 2019.

The AIRPod is a compressed-air vehicle in development by Motor Development International. The AIRPod is planned to be produced in three different configurations that will vary the number of seats and amount of cargo storage while keeping the same basic chassis

With its small size, a tiny price, zero pollution, and a futuristic design, AIRPod marks a turning point in the range of urban vehicles.  

Zero Pollution Motors, LLC is launching the urban car of the future or the first compressed air-powered car, now.

It is important to mention that ZPM has achieved rights to build one the first of several modular plants in the United States to produce the air-powered vehicles branded ‘AIRPod’.

The vehicles will be produced to run on compressed air alone. No expensive, heavy batteries to charge. No gasoline. And no noise pollution in our cities and parks!

According to “The purchaser will have to pay for the shipment from the plant to their destination. For the moment we are negotiating with various parties as where the first plant will be built in continental US. Once we have selected a site, it will be announced officially. Once we officially announce the site of the first plant, you can request a freight estimate from UPS at”.

The founder of Zero Pollution Motors, LLC is Shiva who is an entrepreneur with more than 15 years’ experience in green housing, agriculture, energy and automobiles. He has been the U.S. representative for Motor Development International at the early stage of the project. Prior to this experience he was in the hospitality business, commodities trading and innovation management.

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