A new Chinese factory has produced a fuel that can go nearly 500 mph in just three seconds, according to an American test driver.
The fuel, called conditioned air, is a byproduct of a process called electrochemical metallurgical conversion.
The process produces a very high-temperature and high-volume jet fuel that is nearly pure oxygen.
It is more efficient than gasoline and gasoline fuel.
A test driver for American company CGT Performance drove the car through a test track at an acceleration of up to 110 mph.
The company says the car achieved a top speed of about 140 mph.CGT Performance says its carbon-fiber fuel is used in vehicles like the Tesla Model S, the Ford Focus Electric, the BMW X5, the Jaguar XF and the Audi R8.
The company’s carbon-rich fuel comes from a process known as electrochemical metalurgical conversion, or EMC.
It takes a chemical reaction that produces carbon and oxygen and converts it to carbon monoxide and oxygen.
The oxygen and carbon dioxide are then converted into the high-pressure jet fuel.