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Thursday, 7 August 2008

Loremo, the super efficient car, will have a new face

Loremo is a German-based carmaker that has asked itself: why built a 1-ton vehicle to carry a 80-kg person most of the time? With that in mind, it has created its vehicle in LS and GT versions. Both are diesel powered and, weighing 450 kg, the cars manage to have incredible fuel economy figures. The first one reaches 66.7 km/l, accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 20 s and a maximum speed of 160 km/h. More interesting, the GT reaches 37 km/l, sprints from standstill to100 km/h in 9 s and tops 220 km/h. All that for 11,000 euros and 15,000 euros, respectively. Expected to be launched next year, the car has received a new appearance, the one that you can see below:

Besides being very light, Loremo has interesting safety solutions, such as the absence of regular doors. Its front and its back open to grant access to front and back passengers, which travel back to back, or else, the driver and the front passenger facing the road ahead and the back passengers facing the back window.

The engine of the car is placed among the front and the back passengers. Since the side of the car has no openings, its structure is stronger than in regular cars. Another benefit is the air resistance. Loremo's cx is only 0.20.

Source: Loremo

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