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A BIODIESEL car is exactly like any other car. It is just made specifically for use with biodiesel fuel. Many car manufacturers are starting to okay their vehicles to be used with biodiesel fuel, so in effect it makes these cars biodiesel cars. Buying a biodiesel car is worth it if you are intending on using exclusively biodiesel fuel for your car. This Peugeot runs on Diester Biodiesel (50/50 mixture between Diesel & Biodiesel). The Total Diester cup Peugeot RC is an absolute beauty, boasts a 200 bhp HDMI diesel engine.

"HONDA HYDROGEN CAR" HYDROGEN vehicle is a vehicle that uses hydrogen as its on-board fuel for motive power. The term may refer to a personal transportation vehicle, such as an automobile, or any other vehicle that uses hydrogen in a similar fashion, such as an aircraft. The power plants of such vehicles convert the chemical energy of hydrogen to mechanical energy in one of two methods.that is combustion, or electrochemical conversion in a fuel cell. The V Flow fuel cell technology of Honda is being maximized by coupling it with a very lightweight sports car that has excellent aerodynamics, powerful engine, and no emissions at all.

An ELECTRIC car is powered by an electric motor instead of a gasoline engine. The electric motor gets energy from a controller, which regulates the amount of power and based on the driver’s use of an accelerator pedal. The electric car also known as electric vehicle or EV, that uses energy stored in its rechargeable batteries, which are recharged by common household electricity. Electric cars create less pollution than gasolines powered cars, so they are an environmentally friendly alternative to gasoline-powered vehicles especially in cities.

The engineering consultancy division of Group Lotus Plc, Lotus Engineering has developed a BIO-ETHANOL E85 version of the Lotus Exige.The research vehicle is a true Lotus (it weighs just 930 kg ) and is called the Lotus Exige 265E. 265 indicates the approximate horsepower and is consistent with the naming strategy of other one-off and limited run Lotus variants such as the Lotus Sport Exige 240R; the E indicates the environmentally favourable bio-ethanol E85 fuel (85% ethanol alcohol and 15% petrol / gasoline) that powers this extremely high performing sportscar.

The power plants of such vehicles convert the chemical energy of hydrogen to mechanical energy (torque) in one of two methods, that are combustion, or electrochemical conversion in a FUEL CELL.With its FINE-S concept vehicle, Toyota proves that fuel cell cars needn't be a nondescript part of the mainstream. Rather, this innovative hydrogen fuel cell, hybrid-electric car illustrates the potential that fuel cell vehicles have for performance and styling. It's designed to use Toyota's new modular Hybrid Synergy Drive, a system that makes it possible to install an advanced fuel cell powerplant in a wide array of vehicle types, shapes, and sizes, based on a shared platform.

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