On a roll
The designers of the Eximus IV rail vehicle tweaked its project in many areas to propel it with maximum ease and efficiency. The outcome is more than amazing: while the first Eximus version in 2016 still required 0.84 watt hours of electrical energy to haul one passenger across a one-kilometer (0.62-mile) distance, the current Eximus IV needed merely 0.517 watt hours – a new efficiency world record. How little this is becomes evident, not least, when converting “gasoline” as a value: with the energy content of one gallon the Eximus IV, in mathematical terms, would be “on a roll” for more than 60,000 kilometers (37,500 miles).
Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axeAbraham Lincoln
Gasoline equivalent in liters per person/100 km
(at average capacity utilization)