Doug Pelmear claims that his converted 1985 Mustang now gets 110 MPGe (miles per gallon energy equivalent) thanks to his HP2g engine. That same engine, which burns E85, will be going into a new "super car" called the Revenge Verde. Pelmear and Peter Collorafi, the president and CEO of Revenge Designs Inc., are partnering up so that, "the first 110 MPG production vehicle in the history of the automotive industry will become a reality -- all made in the USA." The Verde will use a V8 engine to produce 400 hp and 500 ft-lbs of torque, the designers say. CO2 emissions will be under 200 grams/km. We've been skeptical of Pelmear's claims in the past, but we're still excited to see what this Verde car is all about.
Revenge Designs Inc. is not releasing any pictures of the Revenge Verde, so we'll have to make due with the logo and pics of the converted Mustang taken during the Detroit Auto Show earlier this year. Pelmear's HP2g website says that two versions of the Verde, both left-hand and right-hand drive models, both made in Indiana, will be shown at the LA Auto Show in December. More details after the jump.