Super-Efficient Car Gets More Than 1,000 Miles Per Gallon

Super-Efficient Car Gets More Than 1,000 Miles Per Gallon
technology

The BYU Supermileage Vehicle only needs one gallon of fuel to travel from Utah to Michigan.

Emma Hutchings
  • 7 june 2013

The BYU Supermileage Vehicle, built by a group of engineering students, is a lightweight and aerodynamic vehicle that is just big enough to fit one person. It weighs 99 pounds and needs only one gallon of fuel to travel over 1,000 miles.

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