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Renault EOLAB Concept Car Claims 100 Kmpl Fuel Efficiency Paris Auto Show 2014

Renault, the French automaker, yesterday unveiled a hybrid concept car called the ‘EOLAB’ at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. The new prototype is claimed an ultra-low fuel economy of 100Km/l, while producing as low as 22gm of CO2 per Km.

Powering the Eolab concept is a three-cylinder 1.01 petrol engine and an electric motor, capable of churning out maximum power of 74bhp and 67bhp, respectively. Mutually, both the powertrains generate a power of 141bhp with 200Nm of torque, while maintaining an electronic speed limit of 118.4Km/h.

What favours the car achieve ultra-low fuel consumption/ zero emissions is the Z.E. Hybrid technology, refined aerodynamics and light-weight body construction. The EOLAB concept is a cleverly designed car, which is build on three pillars with light-weight magnesium roof, aluminum doors and thermoplastic bonnet.

Though Renault hasn’t disclosed if the Eloab concept will be developed or not, we hope that the company uses this ultra-low fuel consumption technology in its future cars.

Renault EOLAB Concept Car

Renault EOLAB Concept Car

Renault EOLAB Concept Car

Renault EOLAB Concept Car

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