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There have been invention's that have stretched that to the maximum though such as the four ton ford truck in the 1970's which was able to drive for about a hundred kilometers (flat smooth terrain) on a gallon of fuel in a test which witness observed,
This Guy Can Get 59 MPG in a Plain Old Accord. Beat That, Punk.
Drafting 18-wheelers with the engine off, taking death turns at 52 miles an hour, and other lessons learned while riding shotgun with the king of the hypermilers.
originally posted by: ausername
There's no way the global oil companies are going to ever allow the public to have vehicles that run on water, burning clean hydrogen.
Even if it requires WAR to prevent it.
The Stirling engine used by Mr MacDowell came from Nasa, who experimented with one in vehicles in the early 1980s. Their experiments saw a Dodge pickup achieve roughly 54 miles per gallon.