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Students Build Car That Gets 2,000 Miles per Gallon
08-01-2007, 04:14 PM,
Students Build Car That Gets 2,000 Miles per Gallon
Students Build Car That Gets 2,000 Miles per Gallon

Ohio: After placing second in the recent Society of Automotive Engineers "supermileage" competition engineering students from Cedarville University have constructed a car that is capable of 2,000 miles per gallon.

The fibreglass vehicle powered by a 2.5 horsepower Briggs and Stratton lawnmower engine that has undergone significant modification is unlikely to be gain popularity due to its low top speed and cramped, uncomfortable interior.

Many engineering students enter the "supermileage" competitions with the aim of portraying themselves to potential employers as skilled engineers and good team players.

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