Obvio Tribrid Runs On Virtually Any Fuel

Posted: Dec 27 2006, 6:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:38am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

Obvio Tribrid Runs on Virtually any Fuel
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Alternative fuel vehicles are a huge deal recently and will continue to be a big factor as we try to wean ourselves from the fossil fuels we currently rely on. The Obvio vehicle can run on any combination of regular gas, bio ethanol, natural gas or electricity.

An odd layout allows for side by side seating for three people and the car is slated for availability at the end of 2008. The car is expected to sell for about $59,000 if it makes it to the US.If you can live without having to plug your car in a non-electric version of the multi fuel car will sell for about $28,000 and is claimed to be able to hit 160 MPH. Wonder when we will see the Obvio show up as an unlock in Need for Speed: Carbon? Story and image via Sci Fi Tech.

by Shane McGlaun

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