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Monday, December 30, 2013

The World's Most Fuel-efficient Hybrid supercar?

In order to make the Earth more greener, the car manufacturers are already duly prepared generation of environmentally friendly cars. British sports car manufacturer, Bristol Cars has prepared a variant of the most environmentally friendly supercar.

With carried the hybrid concept, Bristol GT super car, which is made ​​by Bristol Cars, the British automotive manufacturer that bought in 2011 by Kamkorp Autokraft which is a subsidiary of Frazer Nash, a company specialized in the manufacturing of hybrid and electric cars.
New Bristol coupé will use the powertrain from this 2009 Giugiaro-styled Namir supercar concept. (Picture from: http://www.autocar.co.uk/)
The Bristol supercar will borrow the model and drive systems of 2009 Giugiaro Namir concept car. As the note, Giugiaro Namir was a hybrid that produced 400 hp of power from its four electric motors combined with an 814 cc endothermic rotary engine.
The Bristol GT will borrow the model and drive systems of 2009 Giugiaro Namir concept car. As the noted, the Giugiaro Namir was a hybrid that produced 400 hp from four electric motors combined with an 814 cc endothermic rotary engine. (Picture from: http://www.topspeed.com/)
This means that the new super car will have four separate motors, each driving a wheel mated to an additional 800 cc Wankel rotary engine charging up the plethora of lithium-ion batteries. Expectations of an 800 cc Wankel rotary engine in the supercar will serve as the generator to supply the power for the four electric engines, so that the total combined engine's power is 363 hp (270 kW). As a supercar, it claimed can accelerate up to 322 km/h (200 mph) and the fuel consumption is very economical with 2.5 lt/100 km (100 mpg).

With the car's length and width is expected to be almost the same as the Bentley Continental GT. For the price of course as a supercar, Bristol's supercar will be priced at under £200,000 or less than Rp. 3 billion. "The hybrid supercar will be the production of 100 units/year and will start from this year (2013)," said Kamal Siddiqi, Owner and CEO of Bristol Cars. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BRISTOL CARS | GT SPIRIT | AUTOCAR]
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