By Rebecca Harrison PARIS, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Visionary 19th century French writer Jules Verne once described a fantastical future world where cars would run on air. He may not have been totally wrong. Inventor, car enthusiast and environmentalist Guy Negre has built a car powered by compressed air and hopes it will be chuffing along roads across the world within the next few years. Inside Negre's car, cold air compressed in tanks to 300 times atmospheric pressure is heated and fed ...
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