Original innovation with hybrid gasoline/hydraulic drive system, the IngoCar just had its design sketches released from its manufacturer Valentin Technologies based in Winsconsin. The project of a five-seater mid-size vehicle which is claimed to achieve 170 mpg fuel efficiency.
Acceleration from 0-60 in 4 seconds, a range of 1,000 miles for a full 6 gallon tank of fuel, recuperation of the energy while braking, and roomy areas for passengers and trunks. The future seems to be so near.
Pinned by Toronto-based Davide Tonizzo, of designD, Venturi-inspired lines on the side panels and aero driven features help define the brand.
The Elm Grove company develops hydrostatic power trains for more than 15 years. The IngoCar will use a revolutionary hydraulic-fluid drive and its optimized weight, down to 1,600 lbs, to achieve an estimated mileage of 170 mpg, with a mix of city and rural driving.
“We are proud to unveil our vision of an automobile that has the style, interior space, comfort and cost of a BMW 5 Series or Mercedes E-Class combined with unprecedented range and fuel economy.”
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