Environmental Supercar?

When you think of a vehicle powered by liquid natural gas (LNG), you probably draw a blank.

When you think of a vehicle powered by liquid natural gas (LNG), you probably draw a blank. When you think of a car powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) you may come up with something like the Honda Civic or a pickup truck modified by Roush.

But chances are you won’t come up with this: the Maxximus LNG 2000, which is powered by all of those fuels. It has an all-aluminum V8 that produces in excess of 1,600 hp. The car is built by David B. McMahan. It was designed by Marlon Kirby.

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It is the second-generation of the firm’s Maxximus G-Force, which is claimed to be “the world’s fastest street legal supercar.”

And the company is also developing the Prodigy, an LNG vehicle for the consumer market. It will have a starting price of $1,000,000 and is said to have a 2,000-hp engine under its carbon fiber hood.