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Why the car of the future only weighs 500 kg frost & sullivan

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It is all about weight. If you really want to reduce CO2 emissions and energy consumption, especially in cities, then governments and local authorities should only allow cars with a maximum 500kg ...

It is all about weight. If you really want to reduce CO2 emissions and energy consumption, especially in cities, then governments and local authorities should only allow cars with a maximum 500kg weight. A 500kg gasoline car – a gasoline Twizy for example (which does not exist) - emits less CO2 in its lifecycle than a the Renault Zoé EV weighing 1400kg.

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  • friendwood5 Friend Wood What about embodied energy?Where is the graph showing material weight to energy density?eg.cfrp is light but high in embodied energy?

    Also,where is the VELOMOBILE?in your efficiency comparison?
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