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New Toyota JPN Taxi Ready To Shuttle Fares Under Hybrid LPG Power 23
Posted by Carscoops Staff in Hybrids, japan, LPG, new cars, taxi, Tokyo Motor Show, TOYOTA on 10 23rd, 2017

Taxis in most places around the world are based on standard production vehicles outfitted for the purpose. But there's a handful of locations where the taxis are completely unique – like yellow Checker cabs in New York, or the blacks cabs of London.
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Opel Crossland X Gets New LPG Version, From €21,200 14
Posted by Cristian Gnaticov in LPG, new cars, opel, Opel Crossland X, prices on 10 14th, 2017

Unveiled earlier this year, the Opel Crossland X can now be ordered with an LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) powertrain.
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Vladimir Putin Wouldn’t Mind Driving An Electric Vehicle From Tesla 4
Posted by Michael Gauthier in Electric Vehicles, LPG, Reports, Russia, Tesla on 10 4th, 2017

Russian President Vladimir Putin has revealed he wouldn't mind driving an electric vehicle from Tesla.
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Toyota Will Preview Updated JPN Taxi Concept In Tokyo 26
Posted by Dan Mihalascu in concepts, japan, LPG, new cars, taxi, Tokyo Motor Show, TOYOTA, Toyota Concepts on 10 26th, 2015

Remember Toyota’s JPN Taxi study unveiled at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show? The automaker hasn’t given up on the idea and will debut an updated version of that taxi concept later this week in Tokyo.
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G-Power’s Hurricane GS Is One Fast Barbecue Grill 12
Posted by Otto in Automotive, BMW, BMW M5, G-Power, LPG, M5 Hurricane, Tuners on 01 12th, 2011

The G-Power Hurricane GS. Image: TopSpeed

When I think of propane gas, I think of my Weber barbecue grill, or maybe even my vertical smoker. I don’t think of 660 horsepower Bavarian übersedans that can get me to sixty miles per hour in less than 5 seconds, on the way to a top speed of 201 miles per hour. If the mad scientists at Germany’s G-Power have any say on the matter, my perspective on LPG powered cars is about to change.

G-Power started with a Hurricane RS, converted it to run on LP gas and bolted on a G-Power SK II bi-supercharger. Next came their Speed-Flow exhaust system, a coil over suspension, upgraded brakes and 20” Silverstone Clubsport wheels shod with Michelin rubber. Turning those expensive 285/30-20 tires into white smoke simply takes a generous application of the throttle; if you buy this car, it’s probably a good idea to keep a tire retailer on speed dial. It’s definitely a good idea to keep an attorney specializing in traffic law on retainer.

The Hurricane GS has earned the distinction of being the world’s fastest LPG vehicle, and G-Power would be happy to build you one of your own. You need to ship them your current M5, then write a check for $43,500 and wait for delivery. If you just like the wheels and tires, G-Power will make your current M5 look like a Hurricane GS for a mere $9,900. There’s no word if a bun-warming-rack is an underhood option, but I suppose you could build one easily enough.

I’m not generally a fan of green cars, since they’re usually as amusing to drive as a golf cart, but the Hurricane GS could change my perspective on that. If saving the planet means I have to drive a 660 horsepower barbecue grill, so be it.

Source: RPM Go

G-Power BMW Hurricane GS Claims to be the Fastest LPG Vehicle 12
Posted by Alex Ion in Automotive News, Autostyle, BMW M5, car, G-Power, gas powered BMW, Hurricane GS, LPG, Super car news, vehicle on 01 12th, 2011

G-Power has brought on the new Hurricane GS, based on the BMW M5 (E60). They claim this model to be the fastest LPG-powered vehicle on the planet. The Hurricane GS has clinched the fastest LPG car title from the AC Schnitzer GP3.10 gas powered BMW 3-Series Coupe (E92) which hit a top speed of 318.1 km/h.

The Hurricane GS is brought with an SK II package with an LPG conversion along with two ASA superchargers, a water-cooled intercooler, and a remapped ECU. The 5.0 liter V10 engine has the capacity to offer an output of  660 PS (485 kW / 650 hp) and 650 Nm (479 Nm) of torque.

This engine can speed up the car from 0-100 km/h in 4.6 seconds and 0-200 km/h in 11.4 seconds. The top speed is claimed to be 333km/h (207 mph).

It is notable that LPG is said to be 50% less expensive than petrol and this package will cost you a whopping €33,571.43 ($43,400) and you’ll have to pay extra for the installation.

After the installation, the CO2 emission from the vehicle is expected to be reduced by 15%.

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