E100 Biopower Concept from Saab: The Green Car

At the Geneva motor show, GM is going to show off its Saab Aero X two seater coupe. It is fueled entirely by ethanol (E100), thereby offering net zero tank-to-wheel CO2 emissions. With carbon fiber bodywork, electronically-controlled suspension and all-wheel drive, the Saab Aero X is projected to accelerate from zero to 100 kph in just 4.9 seconds with a top (limited) speed of 250 kph (155 mph). Although optimized for E100, the engine management system will make adjustments for any gasoline-ethanol blend.
Finally a car that can truly be considered green. But what I find most fascinating is that the Aero X does not have conventional doors and windshield, but an aircarft cockpit canopy.

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Born and brought up in India. Went to St. Xavier's in Calcutta, Richmond University in London & McGill in Canada. Trained in clinical and experimental psychology. I have worked with autistic children and I was the Psychologist at the Adult ADHD Clinic at the Montreal Children's Hospital. Currently we are based in Michigan. I love traveling around the world and cooking.

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