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EcoCar2: Influencing auto design, young engineers

9/28/2012 11:08 PM EDT
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Jessy Rider
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Jessy Rider   5/20/2013 6:36:14 AM
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EcoCar2 is the concept of making Fuel Efficient commercial cars of the Engineering students. These can be run in less fuel, because these cars will be made in such technologies. Might be possibility of using Bio-fuels or Biodiesel will be an option for the future. Electric cars also a better option or a nice example of fuel efficient are. http://germanimportservices.com/

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selinz   10/3/2012 5:40:33 PM
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Most people look to their cars to fulfill a feeling of self worth and speed is part of that. Until gas prices become much more painful, relatively affluent societies (NA, europe, etc) will continue to buy cars based on HP and 0-60 specs.

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agk   9/29/2012 12:09:12 PM
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Lot of developments are taking place in this eco car segment.Probably by 2017 a new range of cars will be seen every where on the earth. And all our existing cars will go to museum by 2020.

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