Built by students, probably the world’s most efficient electric car delivers 300mpg
Well this one just looked like a bit of plastic wrap around an F1 car. It’s a lot more than just that though. This could indeed be the world’s most efficient electric car! The see-thru, F1-style racer was built by a group of students at DeLaSalle high school in Kansas City. With a little help from Bridgestone America in the form of high-efficiency Ecopia EP100 tires, this class project boasts a 300mpg equivalent using a customized chassis of 2000 Lola Indy. The car is super light weight and is a plug-in electric. The car recently hit the Bridgestone’s Texas Proving Grounds to show just how efficient it is, and delivered a sweet 00 miles per gallon fuel economy.
The guys who built this one sure think it deserves a place in the Guinness World Records, and we think so too!