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* Working prototype: 100 MPG+[[Plug-in]] [[Toyota Prius]]
 
* Working prototype: 100 MPG+[[Plug-in]] [[Toyota Prius]]
 
** Aftermarket company for Prius Plug-in [http://www.edrivesystems.com/]
 
** Aftermarket company for Prius Plug-in [http://www.edrivesystems.com/]
 
** CalCars Project[http://www.calcars.org/]
 
** CalCars Project[http://www.calcars.org/]
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** Both Toyota's Prius and Honda's Insight are rated in Japan at 40km/l or 95.6 miles/gallon by the equivalent of EPA ratings.
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** The next generation of the Prius with improved electronics is already earning 40km/l in normal driving
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* Aptera Concept car: 330 MPG[http://www.treehugger.com/files/2006/01/how_to_make_awe.php]
 
* Aptera Concept car: 330 MPG[http://www.treehugger.com/files/2006/01/how_to_make_awe.php]
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Note: Concept car, not yet built.
 
[[image:Aptera.jpg|thumb|right|Aptera, Plans for 330 MPG]]
 
[[image:Aptera.jpg|thumb|right|Aptera, Plans for 330 MPG]]
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* The Pac-Car is the world  record holder for [[fuel efficiency]], now standing at 5,134 kilometres per litre of petrol. This converts to roughly '''14,502 MPG'''!!!  
 
* The Pac-Car is the world  record holder for [[fuel efficiency]], now standing at 5,134 kilometres per litre of petrol. This converts to roughly '''14,502 MPG'''!!!  
[[Image:pac-car.jpg|thumb|left|'''PAC-Car II''' with a whopping 14,502 MPG]]
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* Science competition:<strong>3,145 MPG:</strong> The winner of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Supermileage Competition achieved an astonishing 3,145 miles per gallon. [http://www.physorg.com/news70040977.html]
 
* Science competition:<strong>3,145 MPG:</strong> The winner of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Supermileage Competition achieved an astonishing 3,145 miles per gallon. [http://www.physorg.com/news70040977.html]
 
[[image:Supermileage_ubc.jpg|thumb|right|250px|(SAE) Supermileage Competition Winner]]
 
[[image:Supermileage_ubc.jpg|thumb|right|250px|(SAE) Supermileage Competition Winner]]
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 00:21, 16 July 2008

Prius Plug-In, 100+ MPG
  • Working prototype: 100 MPG+Plug-in Toyota Prius
    • Aftermarket company for Prius Plug-in [1]
    • CalCars Project[2]
    • Both Toyota's Prius and Honda's Insight are rated in Japan at 40km/l or 95.6 miles/gallon by the equivalent of EPA ratings.
    • The next generation of the Prius with improved electronics is already earning 40km/l in normal driving



  • Aptera Concept car: 330 MPG[3]

Note: Concept car, not yet built.

Aptera, Plans for 330 MPG






  • The Pac-Car is the world record holder for fuel efficiency, now standing at 5,134 kilometres per litre of petrol. This converts to roughly 14,502 MPG!!!
PAC-Car II with a whopping 14,502 MPG







  • Science competition:3,145 MPG: The winner of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Supermileage Competition achieved an astonishing 3,145 miles per gallon. [4]
(SAE) Supermileage Competition Winner





See Also