Is it possible to create a vortex airflow in front of an automobile to get it to go down the highway? The vortex airflow would suck the car along down the road. Of course the car would have to be made of lightweight materials and it would take quite a bit of engineering to make it happen, but if everything came together, would it be possible?
Most people who have heard about this scheme do not believe it will work. Yet it seems to me that it could work if it were done properly. The question is how much energy does it take to create a frontal horizontal vortex pull propulsion system for an automobile? And how much would cost to make.
Since no one has ever designed anything like this, no one knows for sure. But theoretically it would be possible and you might call be finished prototype; A Wind Car. Now then what can we use to create the vortex?
Well, I recommend using a laser to start the vortex spinning and a half moon leading edge blocking the relative wind from blowing away the vortex or mini-tornado, the entire mechanism would be set on arms extending past the front of the car. Next the front of the car would shaped like a concave front.
The Horizontal flow would suck the car along and there would be slots in the leading edge allowing the relative airflows as the car moves forward to keep it going once it got started? Just a thought on the Wind-Car Idea and why not, if you can dream it, surely someone can build it. Consider this in 2006.