The new Shell city-car concept is a bit like the younger cousin you don’t see often—cute and kind of weird, but intriguing at the same time. The car, which has the ability to get up to 107 miles per gallon, comes by the efforts of an odd combination—an oil company and the designer of the McLaren F1 car.
Jalopnik reader and OppositeLock participant Mosqvich got ahold of one of these little Automatic "in car nannies" direct from the manufacturer. The company had asked for a review, and Mosqvich breaks down how well the product manages in terms of design, set up, and operation. Also what it doesn't get right.
Fuel efficiency. You love it. I love it. We all love it! And July was the most fuel efficient month of them all.
The masochistic Germans have been at it again, driving a 345 HP 2009 Porsche 911 efficiently enough to return 35 MPG (US). Did they drive it slowly? No, not really.