Revenge VERDE with 110 MPG V8 HP2g engine to be on Display at North American International Auto Show


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Detroit January 5, 2009; The Revenge VERDE Super Car with the 110mpg V8 HP2g engine will be displayed at North American International Auto Show in the GREEN Zone January 11- 24, 2010.

The HP2g is a revolutionary alternative energy solution that will reduce the nation’s reliance on oil, and help keep the environment clean. The engine runs on E85, (a green alcohol-based fuel) that significantly reduces green house gas emissions. In testing, HP2g has exhibited ultra-high fuel economy and outstanding horsepower upon demand. The HP2g is EPA approved. The first production vehicle to utilize the HP2g technology is the Revenge Verde Super Car, a luxury performance super car from Revenge Designs Inc.

Also to be on display is HP2g engine display, Revenge VERDE Super Car.


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HP2g engine

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