Revenge Verde Supercar

When reading the name you focus immediately on the “green aspect” of the Revenge Verde Supercar. When looking at it we expect something completely different, something more like a Mosler but not a HP2g E85 bio-ethanol powered V8 car.

Since that is a fact we have to assume that Revenge Designs Incorperated brought this Verde Supercar to the Detroit Auto Show to demonstrate that supercars can be green afterall. The figures don’t lie, the Revenge Verde is supposed to get 110mpg. The 400bhp strong V8 should get away with CO2 emission just under 200 g/km.


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  1. Great Claims of Fuel Mileage … That Have NEVER Been Proved by the engine builder … The Unit has never been tested By a Third party ….


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