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SEMA 2009 - Electric MPGs Explained

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by , 11-04-2009 at 03:25 PM (1032 Views)
Rob Wray talks with Ron to explain how MPG is calculated with electric vehicles considering they do not have "gallons".Basically, you calculate how much mileage you get to get the same power that the equivalent number of gallons gives you.

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Rob Wray from mp3Car talks with Ron about the Wave 2. This car is a fully electric car, complete with a ton of monitoring equipment.This car has a built in computer and even has a couple USB ports to support the future of mobile electronics.The Wave gets about 140 MPG!