Royal Dutch Shell popularly known as Shell, it is an Anglo-Dutch multinational oil and gas company headquartered in the Netherlands and incorporated in the United Kingdom. It is the seventh largest company in the world in terms of the revenue. On Friday they reviled a high-efficiency petrol-burning concept car in China and it become the world’s biggest electric vehicle market that capable of averaging an impressive 89 miles per gallon.
Andrew Hepher vice president of lubricant technology at Shell said that “This project aims to see just how good we can be with something manufactured today”. According to data from the University of Michigan they ere also added that this car can travel 100 kilometers on 2.6 liters of petrol, or around 89.1 miles per U.S. gallon and it would be about 3.6 times more than the U.S. average according to data from the University of Michigan.
Automakers responding by developing petrol-electric hybrid and all-electric vehicles because of countries around the world are increasingly stricter fuel economy requirements. The lesser weight and the aerodynamic improvement has been a significant factor in increasing the efficiency and the price of such a car also affordable.