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Jogja-made electric car
University of Gadjah Mada, succeeded in developing energy-efficient electric cars and low emission. The car has a capacity of four to eight passengers, and will be increased to twenty-two passengers, in 2014. The concept of electric cars that could be a solution amid the high world oil prices. This is the first electric car made in jogja.
Creation of electric car was launched UGM students in our hall room UGM. Electric cars are named Semar or E-Semar UGM uses hybrid technology with a battery as the prime mover and solar cells as well as dedicated CNG engine as a secondary motor. Reaching distance of 50 kilometers, in the position of a full battery. Because it does not use fuel, the cars are environmentally friendly and energy efficient.
UGM electric car program coordinator, Jayan Sentanu Hady said, the concept car was developed since 2011 last year. In the early stages, this car-based reverse engineering with the local component of about 30 percent and will be increased to 70 percent.
Semar capacity electric cars can accommodate 4 to 8 passengers and will be increased to 22 passengers in 2014. On that occasion also featured a number of cars ever made UGM. Among cars that use a converter kit for hydrogen. Concept cars can be a solution amid the high world oil prices.
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