We’ve got to teach the kiddies about alternative sources of energy if we want them to clean up the mess we've made of this planet. We're off to a good start with the H-Racer, which did a great job of showing them how hydrogen can power a toy car. Now here’s a similar example of wind power charging a toy car’s batteries.
Charge up the Tamiya Wind-powered toy car on its loop-wing turbine for 10 minutes, and it’ll run for a minute or two. You won’t save enough money on batteries to pay back its $67 price, but it’s a good demo that’ll be memorable for the next generation of energy scientists.