Ozone Concept Car

October 19, 2009 in Green cars, Strange Cars

Ozone Concept Car

Emissions from the Car is the serious issue contributing to all environment deteriorating factor in the world. Transportation alone contributes around 33% of US Greenhouse gas emission.

The option to save our environment most likely would be the use hydrogen fueled cars. As fuel cells turn hydrogen into electricity, they completely do away with the use of fossil fuels in powering cars and are unbelievably efficient as well as clean and safe. And one such latest and most avant-garde concept is the Ozone car. This car seems to come from Toyland.

The whole structure is enclosed between two giant wheels that are controlled by two separate electric motor powered by fuel cells.
It features only two seats, you can drive this car with a joystick panel in the dash. The semi-transparent glass in front offers great interior volume and exterior view.

You can get in and out of this styled car which may be a 23rd century car via huge glass doors that slide 360 degree into its symmetric metal body. It looks like a fun ride from the future themed park!

Skoda Australia Has Announced Its Vehicle for the Global Green Car Challenge

October 2, 2009 in Australia-motor-show, Auto News, New Cars

skoda car

The newly launched koda Superb, the most luxurious car koda has ever built is formally taking part in the Global Green Car Challenge soon this month. With its everlasting design and spacious interior, combined with class leading fuel efficient technology, the Superb will truly mark its place in the large car segment of the challenge.

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Cars With Cool Interior And Solar Reflective Glazing

September 14, 2009 in Green cars, New Cars

Cool Cars

In 2006, California implemented the California Global Warming Solutions Act, also known as AB 32. This law formed a comprehensive, long term plan for California to lessen greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by 2020. Cool Paints was recognized as an Early Action strategy, to be in place no later than January 1, 2010. This strategy is based on actions to reduce the solar heat gained by a vehicle parked in the sun. A cooler interior would make drivers less possibly to activate the air conditioner, which enhances carbon dioxide emissions.

Potential approaches comprise reformulation of paint to reflect near-infrared sunlight, parked car ventilation, and solar reflective window glazing. It is predicted that cool paints, together with reflective glazing, will reduce the saturate temperature of the typical vehicle parked in the sun by 5 to10 degrees Celsius.

 
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