Friday, February 8, 2008

Zero emission toys...

OK, if you recall my earlier post about how my guess as to what's gonna be the big thing at Toy Fair would be safe toys and organic about a zero emission radio controlled car? Well, Corgi is debuting one this week at the German Toy Fair in Nuremberg where it won the 2008 ToyAward in the Electronics & Technology category, according to a Corgi press release.

The H2Go is a hydrogen powered vehicle. It has no batteries, it is made of wheat-based plastics. It's solar panels both power the vehicle and help create electricity.

"We are delighted about the great trust placed in our H2Go. The H2Go is not just a radio-controlled car featuring new technology but also a symbol of the toy industry's impending adjustment to a future powered by clean energy," said Michael Cookson, CEO of Corgi International.

Hopefully, this will be available to check out at the New York Toy Fair, cause it sounds realy cool!

Check out this video from YouTube:

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