We first bought you news of the the Horizon H-Cell 2.0 R/C engine back at CES in January, but now the company behind the first hydrogen (toy) car has released video of it in action.

The Tamiya TFR416 chassis uses the company's Hydrostik solid hydrogen cartridges meaning a constant supply of power on tap from the tap.

The engine, which is capable of catapulting your car at speeds of up to 60km/h, will offer two slots for the Hydrostiks and give you around 30 minutes of drive time with a 60 minute per Hydrostik charge in between.

The good news for car enthusiasts is that because the company just sells the chassis you'll be able to cover it in whatever design you want.

Judging by the video, it's fast, damn fast.