Can they mass produce it?
How much for one?
When will it be available?
That actually looks like it has great potential. I know that I would be willing to sacrafice some saftey in order to get 230 mpg. I just hope someone can follow up on this and make it available to the public.
in quebec, theres the ZENN car, wich isnt legal here but it is in BC. its an all electric car meant for residential driving but i think it can go up to 120 km/hr.... im happy that manafacturers actually have potential cars to start shipping when were out fuel for our modern day cars....
This is awesome. I can't help but to agree with what he says at the end too, it's stuff like this that actually makes me excited to be majoring in engineering because god knows the schoolwork isn't fun.
dude look it up, the prius battery conversion kit. i saw a vid on it somewhere, there is a button on the dash that is not used in any U.S. models but if you go to japan its a button for plugging your car in. well with the conversion kit they put a bunch of batteries in your car and they got over 300 MPG. thats gangsta!
but as for aerodynamics...this thing wins...haha
"i down shift beside hybrids so that they can hear me killing the environment."-whattheshit