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We all know that fuel is non-renewable energy, therefore, our technology and science are trying their best to find alternative energy sources. In the mean time, we all should remind ourselves to save the valuable energy.
Most vehicle manufacturers have switched to hybrid vehicle technology in their engine which could be more environment-friendly than conventional cars. However, we are not sure that the technology could really save fuel as claimed by manufacturers.
I watched on the news and also saw that Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard Test Drives EchoDrive™ from Echo Automotive (ECAU) and he stated that it is amazing. The mayor agreed to commission nearly 500 of the city’s fleet vehicles to be replaced by electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles, and one of his first orders was to test drive the EchoDrive. This is promised to give an alternative solution solving the problem.
EchoDrive technology is a bolt-on hybrid drive system that converts an ordinary gas or diesel truck to electric drive, while retaining the full functionality of its original gasoline or diesel drivetrain. Simply, EchoDrive is pluggable and can be easily integrate with existing vehicle to converting fuel vehicles become more efficient so that reducing the cost effectively. The most interesting is this technology can converting 10 mpg to 20 mpg overnight or make your fuel vehicles efficiency get doubled.
As a last point, EcoDrive is a fuel-saving technologies economic hybrid-drive. Certainly expected more environmentally friendly, this is caused by the lack of exhaust gas which is usually a greenhouse gas. The latter because EcoDrive more efficient in terms of fuel usage, clearly more efficient than conventional vehicles. Then it seems natural this EcoDrive began much ogled. With revolutionary EcoDrive technology above, I think we would get more benefits because in addition we can save the use of fossil fuels, means we have to seek a corrective action to save our earth to the next generation.