300 mpg Volkswagen banned in the USA. Stretches mpg by using water as a fuel.

You won’t find the 300 MPG Volkswagen XL1 in an American showroom, in fact it has even been denied a tour of America because it is too efficient for the American public to be made widely aware of, and oil profits are too high in America with the status quo in place.

It is a tad expensive, but… oil companies have been posting record profits for the last ten years. Why stop the feeding trough?

(More below video)

No tour has been allowed for this car because the myth that 50 mpg is virtually impossible to obtain from even a stripped down econobox is too profitable to let go of, and when it comes to corporate oil profits, ignorance is bliss.

Years ago I had calculated that it should be possible to get a small car to exceed 100 mpg by putting parallel direct to cylinder water injectors side by side with the fuel injectors, and using the exhaust manifold to preheat the water so it would enter the cylinders as dry steam, thus providing added expansion (which drives the engine) while allowing the combustion process to proceed without reducing it’s efficiency.

But I was obviously wrong with my calculations, because they were in fact over 2x conservative. The 100 mpg carburetor was indeed a reality, and the Volkswagen XL1 proves it with only straightforward nothing special technology we have had since the 1970′s.

Though the XL1 can be plugged in to deliver a 40 mile all electric drive, it does not need to be plugged in EVER to achieve 300 mpg. And it does not cheat in any way to achieve the rating, it weighs over 1,700 pounds, has normal tires, and delivers a very good driving experience with a governed top speed of 99 mph.

The XL1 could reach a top speed in excess of 110 mph absent governor and turns in a 0-60 time of 11.5 seconds which is by no means leisurly for a car designed for efficiency. The XL1 in no way cheats on performance to hit it’s rating. It is simply the car we should have always had, and have had taken from us in the name of oil profits.

Though the XL1 can hit 300 mpg under ideal driving conditions, it’s combined mileage is usually a little over 200 mpg, and if you do city driving only that will drop to a minimum of 180 mpg under the worst driving conditions. But I’d be happy with that no doubt.

What does that kind of fuel economy really mean?

From Jim Stone (a site that is worrying me at the moment – is there any confirmation of the story?).  No link posted due to operating difficulties in current location.  Very slow connection. 

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7 Responses to “300 mpg Volkswagen banned in the USA. Stretches mpg by using water as a fuel.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Full marks to volkswagen.
    the only TV that caters for the anti NWO followers is russia TV,
    and Abbi Martin in the prog “breaking the set”
    todays just must be seen by everyone who is in doubt about
    whether the israeli goods and services boycott is a good thing
    this proves it is and it works

  2. Anonymous says:

    I have lived in London all my life and am now 75 years old and i refuse to be driven out of my ancestral home.
    My niece works for Boris Johnston
    and she says the government are preparing for more summer riots, stores which sell TVs radios and music centres are being asked to step up security, as black gangs such as the Enfield Nigs
    talk openly on facebook and similar about their shopping lists
    these are often up for hours even days before they are removed.
    Elderly white people are afraid of the knockout drop attacks as several old people have died from these vicious racist attacks
    We never dreamed this country would be over run by foreigners
    becuase we were betrayed from inside, i refuse to be ethnically cleansed from my own neighbourhood

  3. Nollidge says:

    Tap:- This from JimStone is it not?.He has a lot of info on this.Shouldn’t you give a link?

    & to Anon 6.37.google “rabbi rabinovitch speech in hungary 1952”
    Also check out the work of Eustace Mullins,assuming it hasn’t been wiped from the net on the orders of a certain tribe.

  4. Nollidge says:

    Anon 8.19.Didn’t know that site,but regularly visit JimStone,which is where I first saw it.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Anon, 8.19, Nollidge is right, it originates at Jim Stone freelance, see bottom line @humansarefree. Tap probably just forgot to link, he usually does.
    🙂 freebornman.

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