The Shell Project M Concept Car Features a Fuel Economy of 89mpg

By: Michael Hemsworth - Apr 22, 2016
References: shell & gizmag
City vehicles are put under increased wear and tear during daily commutes and intense driving, so the Shell Project M concept car is intended to feature components that work in unison. The vehicle features bespoke lubricants that allow the vehicle to have a 5% increase in efficiency when compared to standard lubricants on the market.

Capable of offering drivers up to 89mpg, the Shell Project M concept car can reach speed of up to 97mph. The vehicle features a front portion and door section that lifts away from the city vehicles main chassis to allow access to the interior cabin.

The Shell Project M concept car was designed with Gordon Murray Design's iStream aesthetic and features several components that are 3D-printed to help cut down on manufacturing time.