150 mpg Extreme Hybrid


A partnership between some rocket scientists and engineers at AFS Trinity Power have brought to life a new technology called “Fast Energy Storage” which improves performance and durability of hybrid cars.

In the traditional hybrid setup, the computer control system makes better use of the batteries resulting in conventional performance added with improved electrical range and battery life. There is increased capacity of the battery, the ability to recharge the battery from a grid and the presence of the Fast Energy Storage component that enables rapid acceleration with greater braking capability without stressing the Lithium Ion Batteries.

At the advancement rate of technology, the development should be ready by the year 2010.

Extreme Hybrid

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  1. [...] Unfortunately, the lightweight car lacks a stereo, airbags and other amenities. It does have a top speed of 100 mph which is fairly fast for a hydrogen fuel cell car and still manage to get 150 miles per gallon. [...]

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