Jaguar Land Rover’s New Cabin Purification System Inhibits Viruses And Bacteria

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Jaguar Land Rover’s latest innovation will blow your mind. The British carmaker has unveiled its new cabin purification which inhibit 97% of viruses and bacteria. And yes, it can even stop COVID-19 from entering.

The new purification system has been made in collaboration with Panasonic. The latter’s nanoe X technology combines with the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system to stop viruses and bacteria from entering.

The nanoe X creates trillions of Hydroxyl (OH) Radicals “enveloped in nano-sized water molecules”. These molecules then prevent virus and bacteria proteins from growing. Research engineer Alexander Owen said: “The creation of this technology and our advanced research, is the first step in deploying this scientific phenomenon within vehicle cabins of the future.”

And this is not just a concept. This purification system will soon be seen in the I-Pace and other Land Rover models.

 

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