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Jason Bateman Jumps Into A New BMW Hydrogen 7

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Joining a slew of other celebrities like Edward Norton, Jay Leno, and Will Ferrell, actor Jason Bateman picked up the keys to a new BMW Hydrogen 7 this week. The Arrested Development star — most recently seen in the Oscar-nominated film Juno — was jazzed to among a handful of people giving the H7 a test run for a few months in the real world. From the release,

“Driving in the H7 is like being in a time machine – a full size luxury time machine… with power windows,” said Bateman. “And in the future people are smart; they pump water instead of gas! Hopefully someday soon I’ll be able to buy one of these beautiful cars so I can get back to the future.”

What? I thought only DeLoreans could do that…

Most recently, I stumbled upon a written review by Jay Leno of the Hydrogen 7 for the UK Times Online. Here’s a nice highlight:

” For the past few days I have been driving BMW’s latest 7-series hydrogen car. There is some terrific technology there. It makes plenty of power for its size; the only thing that has limited it is the choice of fuel. This is a flex-fuel vehicle. It runs on either hydrogen or petrol. If you run out of hydrogen you press a button and it goes to petrol. I’ve been running it on hydrogen just to see what it’s like. It stores the hydrogen at -253C. It’s kept extremely cold so that it becomes a liquid. The trick of course is keeping it cold. I’m told that the tanks are so well insulated that if you poured a cup of hot coffee into them in July, come November it would still be too hot to drink.”

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