The range equivalent for CNG was $1.86 per gallon in October 2009..
Erik Sofge - POPULARMECHANICS
- Feb 10, 2010
It's at the Chicago Auto Show --Ed.
Other than our current shotgun marriage with ethanol, the United States tends to stand by that most common of vehicle fuels, petroleum. There are exceptions, such as cars that run on methane or used vegetable oil, but in numbers that are the statistical equivalent of urban legends. Even hybrids, with all of their media attention and apparent cultural momentum, are still nibbling away at the edges, with a market percentage share in the single digits. While the rest of the world invests in ethanol from sugar cane and methane culled from slaughtered cows, for better or worse, America is sticking with gasoline.... [Read More]