The Riversimple Rasa is a very special car. Not only is it zero-emission, but it only has 18 moving parts.

Riversimple is the British startup behind the Rasa which has just been unveiled as a working prototype.

The super-simple Riversimple Rasa design only has 18 moving parts, weighs just 90lbs and can run for 300 miles on 85 ounces of hydrogen.

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