A compressed-air vehicle is powered by an air engine Using compressed air, which is stored in a tank. Rather of mixing fuel with air and burning it in the engine to drive pistons with hot expanding gas, compressed air vehicles (CAV) use the development of compressed air to drive their pistons. Compressed air has been used since the nineteenth century to power mine rail engine and gondola in cities such as Paris (by a central, city-level, compressed air energy expansion system), and previously the basis of naval torpedo propulsions. In 1863, Jules Verne forte a novel called Paris in the twentieth Century about a world of glass huge buildings, high-speed locomotive, and air-powered automobiles. In 1903, the Liquid Air Company located in London build a no. of compressed air and liquored air cars. The big problem with these cars and all compressed air cars is the less of twisting force produced by the ‘engines’ and the rate of compressing the air.