While most of us drive around in vehicles that get somewhere between 10 and 50 MPG, some student-designed cars are getting mileage in the high thousands. These test vehicles aren't for everyday driving, but they're helping figure out ways to give the rest of us better mileage in cars that can't be referred to as "carbon coffins".

Supermileage competition begins tomorrow; MPG to beat is 1836
Next-gen Prius will be turbocharged, get 100+ MPG, and maybe plug-in
Diesel Jeep Liberty R.I.P. in U.S.
GE works on cheaper hydrogen electrolysis
Coal-powered ethanol plants might make the biofuel less appealing to environmentalists
Japan and Brazil announce ethanol deal
Hawaii drivers have state to complain to if ethanol causes problems
Moonshine, Ethanol and the law
LIFECar and Movement Modules and Open Source Car, oh my!

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