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Geneva Preview: Rinspeed E2 features fuel

Would not it be wonderful if modern cars have a button added to the magical 100 horses in the event that a bit more pressure is needed? Exactly this Rinspeed was the little Fiat 500 Abarth E2 for its new concept, although in the other direction. The new car is at the Geneva Salon and has a switch with the engine in a "transport" mode reduces the 60 horses and saves a lot of fuel. If more energy is needed, press the button to switch from "route" mode, the entire stability of 160 horses. "We need an intelligent use of fossil resources, especially in the field of energy," says the boss Frank Rinderknecht, Rinspeed. In Sleep mode, the Rinspeed E2 is able to 58 U.S. miles per gallon at full power in the administration of 33 mi / gal See the press release after the break.
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