Here is the World's Most Efficient Aerodynamic Car Design

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This new design improves electric carmileage range up to 50% without compromising aesthetics, performance, safety, stability and it comes with inbuilt single sized bed to sleep on too, claims company Guru.Run.

With US Government's plan to mandate the EPA's estimate of 54.4 MPG by 2025 for cars, manufacturers were
finding it difficult to achieve it, without compromising lot of critical important factors, so they retaliated.
Current U.S. Environmental Protection Agency rejected to renew this 54.4 mpg CAFE (Corporate Average
Fuel Economy) mandate proposed by previous administration. But a company Guru.Run claims that they can
help Automakers surpass this goal with new aerodynamic design in place for the vehicles and hopes government might mandate it again sooner than later for better environment.

Every automaker knows aerodynamics plays most important role in making cars more efficient. Auto industry is trying
to reduce the drag coefficient as much as possible. claims they can aerodynamically redesign vehicles and reduce the drag force up to 10%-50%
depending on their sizes and help improve vehicle efficiency up to 10%-50% by compromising few factors. As
an example, if your electric car runs 200 miles in one charge, with this design in place, it could run up to 300
miles on highway at higher speed.

This unique design employees a wind tunnel at the center of the car, which passes from front to back of the car
and can be opened/closed with a push of button. This also allows to have a single bed like arrangement inside
the car, on which you can actually sleep on.

Guru Rathod, the founder of the company says that they are in process to launch their own car model line up
and are open to license this patent pending design to other car manufacturers too.

More details about this design, pre-orders, pictures as well as video can be found on website

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