WIRED has compiled a list of fast green cars. The magazine looked for the fastest cars that ran on a type of green fuel or no fuel at all, like the Volvo Aria in the picture above. That car runs on gravity and won the 2005 extreme gravity race. Ethanol, steam, hydrogen, electric, solar, gravity, human power, wind - they're all in WIRED's list. Of course, Autoblog and AutoblogGreen have covered all of these great, green cars. Except for the Nuna4 solar car, which we somehow missed. Below is WIRED
We have brought you news of cars made from electric forklifts and hydrogen fuel cell powered forklifts... and now we would like to present: human-powered forklifts! Yep, that's right, these forklifts were designed to use simple gearing to increase the capabilities of the human body in order to lift and move objects around a warehouse or the like. This certainly beats humming the mantra "lift with your legs, not with your back" and carrying heavy packages around with nothing more than a pair of w
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