The most fuel-efficient car in the world runs on a fuel tank the size of a can of soda
Just because a car doesn’t look anywhere near what a normal car would look like, it doesn’t mean it can’t serve its purpose of taking somebody from point A to point B.
This car was created and designed by students from Coventry University and will take part in the Eco-Marathon competition - a competition to find the world’s most fuel-efficient car - in Germany that’s set to take place in the coming days. Using only a combination of plastic sheeting, nylon ties, and gaffer tape, the eco-car may not be as fashionable as a Ferrari, but it’s fuel efficiency is something even the Prancing Horse can’t match. That’s because the car - or what it’s supposed to look like - will come equipped with a tiny plastic container the size of a soda can that will be used as its fuel tank. Yep, it’s fuel tank is the size of a soda can. And the best part is, it can travel at speeds of 12 mph and can go from London to Brighton without a glitch.
It doesn’t end there either. The car is as light as a feather and as a matter of fact, it’s driver Maivelly Sulli, is still heavier than the car, making it even more ideal as far as maneuverability and fuel efficiency are concerned.
Like we said, the car is about as aesthetically cringing as any car you’ve ever seen, but if you’re the type to prefer substance over style, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a ride as fuel-efficient as this one.
Source: Daily Mail