We Have Better Ideas About Engine Performance and Clean Energy
What if somebody could only produce an automobile engine that could deliver performance with less fuel? That’s exactly what our new and innovative company does. We produce engines that run on about a third the gas of a typical engine with absolutely no compromise in power, performance, and handling. We decided that if we couldn’t give consumers a better engine that ran on less power, we might as well tell them to go ride their bicycles!
How Do We Deliver Efficient Engines That Consumer Less Fuel?
Here’s what is even more amazing. We developed our powerful and fuel-efficient engines from parts that are very similar to the parts that a traditional V-6 engine uses. The biggest difference is that our engines can change consumption ratios based upon demand. Instead of including a typical crankshaft in the engine, we include:
- Low friction pistons
- Cam-like discs
Lower Carbon Emissions, High Performance, and Fuel Economy with Typical Fuel
That’s how our engines transfer the piston’s motions to the vehicle’s driveshaft in a more efficient manner. These engines deliver power, fuel efficiency, and much lower greenhouse gas emissions on almost any type of fuel that can be used in a car. These fuels include diesel, gas, and biofuels.
Run Multiple Fuel Types in the Same Engine
In fact, another advantage of our engines is that they can run multiple fuel types. In most gasoline-powered cars, for example, you can’t run on diesel. Similarly, you can’t put regular gasoline in a diesel engine. Most manufacturers also suggest only using gasoline with 10 percent biofuels in a conventional gasoline engine.
This is just not a problem for the Little Engines That Can. They can use multiple types of fuel in the same engine. You can start out your day with biofuel, gas up with diesel later, and then return home with regular gasoline because that’s all you could find at the nearest gas station. This is because these engines are able to self-optimize fuel use.
In fact, we are even working on prototypes that run on jet fuel to power aircraft.
Compare Cost Savings of Our Green Engines vs. Hybrid Engines
By now, you might be wondering if hybrid engines are still better. After all, they can get charged, and when they run on electricity, don’t they power the car in a green manner?
- The power to charge you car still have to get produced, and the production of that power still emits greenhouse gas.
- Edmunds.com did a study on the average payoff for popular hybrid engines. These are models from Ford, Honda, Toyota and Nissan. Payoff times ranged from about 8 to almost 12 years.
- Our engines pay for themselves in the first year.
Why Not Buy a Better Engine?
We are sure that once the word gets out, everybody is going to want an engine like this in their new car. People might even be lining up to install them as replacement engines in older vehicles. These things pay for themselves. Why not buy better engines?
After years of senseless debating, scientists and the government are in agreement. Manmade emissions of greenhouse climates are changing the natural environment. It’s happening today, and it’s been happening for the last 150 years. What is even clearer now is that every year it gets worse. We might not be able to stop what has already happened, but we can work together to make progress to slow down any increases in emissions.
Taking any other action, like ignoring the problem, just seems senseless. That’s why we feel good about what we do. We help save consumers money and we hep save the planet.