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All those who see the urgent need for a super efficient biodiesel hybrid car, please sign or leave your comment below.

For a scientific comparison of life-cycle efficiencies of different idealized propulsion technologies, which shows that biodiesel hybrids hold tremendous potential, please consult this study [*pdf], produced by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Laboratory for Energy and the Environment.

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10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd say: let the free market have its way!

5:09 AM  
Anonymous Jamie said...

Good idea. If it looks good, I would buy one.
I like the bit where you tell car manufacturers that they have social and environmental responsabilities.

2:25 PM  
Anonymous Frederik Janssens said...

Yes, great idea and the MIT study is very interesting. Thx.

I WANT A BIODIESEL HYBRID NOW. :-)

7:35 AM  
Blogger Jason Younker said...

I would definitely settle for the Diesel-Hybrid Benz that was recently shown at the Frankfurt auto show.

DaimlerChrysler Mercedes-Benz Bluetec Hybrid S-Class (concept car)

another pic

Jason Younker
Renewable Fuels Awareness Organization
http://www.ViewToRenew.org/

8:13 AM  
Anonymous Dave said...

I would buy one immediately.

7:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Signed,
Louis Samuel Brown

10:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Okay, here is your car:

http://www.detnews.com/2005/insiders/0509/16/0auto-316790.htm

DaimlerChrysler's Bluetec Hybrid S-Class concept with a V-6 diesel and electric motor combination, presented at the Frankfurt auto show.
Just pour in biodiesel and your "bio" + "diesel" + "hybrid" = "car" equation is fully realized.

5:45 PM  
Anonymous arkaboogie said...

Biodiesel hybrids have been on my mind lately. They seem to be an obvious direction. My personal choice would be something that could haul people and things - something I could use, not just drive, a light- to medium-duty truck or small van. And I'm ready to buy.

7:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm with you on this ... keep the info coming. I'll pop my name on the frappr map as well to initiate the USAs entry. :)
RichC
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1:24 PM  
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12:38 AM  

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