Set to be launched at the Geneva Motor Show this week, the car is a concept at this stage but Morgan does not rule out going into production at some point, the Daily Telegraph reported. The result of a 1.9 million pounds project, the lightweight model has advanced fuel cells and an energy storage system, allowing it to travel 02.33 kilometres on a tank of fuel. "The basic concept was to build an entertaining and fun sports car that would act as a showcase for the technology and deliver 241.4 Km to the gallon," said Matthew Parkin, Morgan's sales and marketing director. The car's fuel cells produce about 22 kilowatts - roughly a fifth of the power of a typical combustion engine. When the car needs to accelerate or climb a hill it draws extra power from a bank of ultra-capacitors, which work like a large battery.