This is the one am talking about
Originally Posted by NBC
Updated: 10:13 a.m. ET Sept. 24, 2004
PARIS - German luxury carmaker BMW unveiled the world’s fastest hydrogen-powered car at the Paris auto show. Dubbed the H2R, it's capable of exceeding 185 miles per hour.
“Our drive towards the future is called hydrogen,” but in a way that gives a green twist to existing engine technology, BMW management board member Burkhard Goeschel said before the tarp slowly slipped off the sleek, zero-pollution car.
Goeschel, responsible for technology and development at BMW, said the streamlined rocket car sprints from 0 to 60 mph in about six seconds and reached a top speed of 188 mph on BMW’s test track at Miramas, France.