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World’s Most Efficient Car is Beautifully Ugly

Posted in EcoLust, Electric Cars, Electric Vehicles, Environment by Dustin Driver | August 19th, 2010 | 1 Response |

Some guys in high school built this translucent racer. It gets an equivalent 300 miles per gallon. It might just be the most efficient car in the world. Bridgestone America, the world’s largest tire manufacturer, kicked down cash and a set of high-efficiency Ecopia EP100 tires, but the whole shebang was put together by the students of DeLaSalle School in Kansas City, Mo. It’s built on a 2000 Lola Indy car chasis and features a trick electric drive system and an ultra-lightweight body. The car is up for contention in the Guinness Book of world Records.

Source: Wired UK

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  1. Taylor says:

    Keep finding ways like this to make science and math fun for kids and our country may just be able to make a comeback.