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Alternative fuel cars in automotive market today

...ve fuel cars. The hybrid lines are also transporting over into trucks. Hybrid trucks provide a slightly greater fuel usage without losing energy as well as present an electrical source for tools from the18 wheeler. The way forward for hybrid alternative fuel cars is unknown, but there’s a higher potential the fuel source most generally used (gasoline) is going to be removed to create room for lower costing items and much more easily availab...

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List of sports cars are fuel efficient

...o move from rest to 100 km/h with a time of 4.1 seconds, have a liter of gasoline consumption for 9 kilometers. Fuel consumption will be more economical if the sportcar is not too launched, which is 1 liter to 11.5 kilometers. Whereas for the car in its class, the average consumption of 1 liter of gasoline for 6 kilometers. To find out more detail what sports cars are fuel efficient, Forbes magazine released the 10 fuel-efficient sports car and h...

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Toyota Fuel Cell Vehicle with hydrogen fuel

Toyota Astra Motor to present the Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV) with hydrogen fuel in Indonesia International Motor Show 2014, in Central Jakarta. Fuel Cell Vehicle Toyota Fuel Cell Vehicle with hydrogen fuel To date, Toyota became the only electric car manufacturer to successfully develop hydrogen-fueled vehicles are ready for sale to the market. Toyota has developed a fuel cell device that generates electricity through a chemical reaction between...

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Future concept car arena

...ports car Future concept car arena This was done by PT. Toyota Astra Motor (TAM), this time featuring hydrogen-fueled vehicles otherwise known as the Toyota Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV). After a lengthy trial, the vehicle is finally ready to be released into the market in 2015 in Japan and California (USA). “There is the most complete supporting facilities,” said General Manager of Corporate Planning and Public Relations of PT TAM Widyawa...

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