VW claims its new generation of super efficient hybrid vehicles can get 313 mpg.
The engine is the same but the aluminum frame is attempting to be more aerodynamic.
So far so good, let’s hope that it meets it expectations now.
New technologies will make vehicles weigh less, engines more efficient, and bring ultracapacitor batteries to a new generation of electric vehicles.
An ultra-fast Japanese charging system will soon be installed in 310 locations throughout the US.
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