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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

MILA Blue concept was introduced in Geneva

Magna International Inc. will show MILA Blue concept vehicle at the Geneva Motor Show 2014. MILA Blue is the A-segment vehicles with natural gas powered so that the CO2 produced less than 49 g/km.

MILA Blue is the seventh of a series of MILA concept vehicle. Those advantages include weight 300 kg (661 lbs) lighter than a similar vehicle thanks to the use of the best materials and technologies. Light weight is achieved, among others, by replacing the plastic interior structural parts designed attractive.
MILA Blue concept car in the Geneva Motor Show 2014. (Picture from: http://www.vosizneias.com/)
The use of various materials such as aluminum, magnesium, composites and light weight at the same time also resulted in cost savings. The components are scaled down, the lighter but still reliable in function and capability, Magna International Inc. wrote in a press release.
Front view of MILA Blue concept car. (Picture from: http://www.greencarreports.com/)
MILA Blue has an alternative that is CNG hybrid propulsion. If using biogas, its carbon footprint even less than 36 g CO2/km. Its combustion engine combined with a belt-driven starter generator.
Rear three quarter of MILA Blue concept car. (Picture from: http://www.acc.co.id/)
Because of its light weight, while traffic jams up to a speed of 30 kph, enough energy to use a 12v electric motor. Magna claimed as a global automotive supplier that has 316 factories with 125 thousand employees and their products are among the other car's body, chassis, interior, exterior, seats, engines, electronics, mirrors, closures, roof systems, modules. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GREEN CAR CONGRESS | AUTOEVOLUTION]
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