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So are you thinking about buying -- fuel efficient hybrid car that -- you worried about the price tag.
What if you could actually modify your old gas guzzler and then turning it into two hi -- Elizabeth -- To explain and this and -- -- that I have actually heard this before so it is possible right.
It is possible it's great kids as a group of researchers at Middle Tennessee State University working with graduate students there they designed a conversion kit.
They say can fit on any car and it can really save you at the pump.
With 27 electoral magnets.
And a battery pack.
Students -- Middle Tennessee State University have completed a unique plug in hybrid prototype.
They say could fit on any car.
We put these electrical motors on there.
And it put a battery pack in the back of the car with a couple computers to tell -- motors what to do and it makes ago.
Doctor Charles Perry oversees the project he thinks the car could be on the road in the year.
The device is designed for speeds below forty miles per hour and the cost.
Around 3000 dollars -- claims it will improve gas mileage by fifty to 100%.
It's a solution for drivers looking for some relief at the pump.
Who don't want to buy an expensive new hybrid or electric car.
It's a relatively low power solution just for use in town.
Low power means lower cost lower components.
Batteries don't have to be as big control is -- don't have to be so robust.
So -- Perry went on to say this the perfect compromise for folks who don't necessarily want to splurge for expensive new car he also says this will not affect the car's performance at all.
Have very interesting stuff looks like futures here thank you.
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