Great Wall Voleex Hybrid Car By Dejan Histrov
When every automobile in the world today comes with a humongous thirst for fuel, the Great Wall Volee Hybrid comes as a much needed respite, at a time when the working class around the world is feeling the pinch of rising fuel costs. Designed by Dejan Histrov, with inspiration from Chevrolet Volt and Toyota Prius, the Volee hybrid vehicle comes with a dual-fuel option whereby electricity and high-octane petrol is used to empower the engine, resulting in a significant reduction in the carbons emissions of the car.
Coming with the usual imposing and sturdy design, the car gives a very futuristic and modern appeal. The doors on both sides, comes with a transparent glass strip, which gives a clear view of the outside and inside the car. The headlamps and the shape of the chassis, adds to the appeal of the compact vehicle which can be safely termed as compact and aerodynamic.
With the option of charging the car through electricity, the burden on fossil fuel (gasoline in this case) becomes comparatively lesser, as a significant distance can be covered through the engine running on electricity. This results in a sharp fall of carbon emissions from the car, which would otherwise be the case, when it runs on gasoline.
Through a single charge of the lithium-ion batteries, the car can cover a maximum distance of up to 80 kilometers before it needs another recharge or conversion to the other fueling option (gasoline). It might not look different at the first sight it, but when one considers cities, where the industries are larger in number and there is a high volume of carbon footprint on a daily basis, such vehicles are obviously a safer and notable option to curtail the amount of carbon emissions.
While being lighter on owner’s pockets and having eco friendly credentials included, the Great Wall Volee Hybrid is sure to gain popularity in the times to come, for its new concept.
Designer: Dejan Histrov