Not many of us might have dared to think of a green supercar. Given the fact that the green cars cannot always afford to be that expensive, it seems quite natural. However, designer Marlon Kirby and car builder David B McMahan have broken all those traditional dogmas associated with green automotive. They have come up with an all new street-legal supercar dubbed as Maxximus LNG 2000, the world’s first natural gas-powered supercar.
Though the model is expected to offer 1,600-horsepower and bears the looks of a supercar, it runs on compressed natural gas and liquid natural gas. Maxximus LNG 2000 is the second generation of the company’s original supercar, the G-Force, which claims to be “the world’s fastest street-legal supercar”. Now, Maxximus LNG 2000 will own the tag of being the fastest green car on the market today.
The design of the model has not been finalized yet. But obviously, there will be some traits of the original G-Force. Just go through the pictures of the original G-Force added alongside.
We have also been hearing reports of a LNG vehicle named Prodigy, which will feature a 2000-horsepower engine. Expected to hit the markets soon, it will carry with a hefty piece tag of a million-dollar.
Stay tuned as we get updated on more green innovations!