Gallery: SAHİMO Hydrogen Vehicle Travels 568 Kilometers on 1 Liter of F...


Students from Turkey’s Sakarya University have unveiled a remarkable attempt at creating Europe’s most fuel efficient vehicle. The SAHİMO is a hydrogen powered vehicle that is capable of traveling 568 kilometers on 1 liter of fuel (about 353 miles on a quarter gallon). The students’ ultimate goal is to trek SAHİMO across 3,000 kilometers of the Australian Outback on just 3 liters of fuel in the inaugural 2009 Global Green Challenge. And you thought you were getting good mileage out of your Prius!

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  1. meowman August 21, 2009 at 9:17 am

    Wow well done guys!
    even my cat cant travel 500km on a kilo of Whiskas, neither do my 100cc bike (45km / litre)
    republic of singapore

  2. meowman August 21, 2009 at 9:13 am

    wow, even my cat cant travel that far on one kilogram of Whiskas, let alone my 100ccbike (45km/litre) …well done all of you!!

  3. Edward Lundrigan July 8, 2009 at 11:19 am

    As a retired Physics, Mathematics, Conservation and Chemistry Teacher, I find this blog to be a fine resource for

    my needs.

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