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Mazda Kaan

Mazda Kaan Lance Armstrong might be partly to blame for this. In the minds of Mazda’s design team, California’s freeways have been resurfaced with a sub-level electroconductive polymer that powers electric cars. This system has given rise to the E1 race series, and the Kaan uses its technology to reach an emissions-free 250 mph. By employing strategies similar to cycling pelotons, the tighter a group of racers stays together, the more aerodynamic the pack becomes. More in Autos: • Up to Speed: L.A. Auto Show news • 2008 L.A. Auto Show: Production cars • 2008 L.A. Auto Show: Concept cars • 2008 L.A. Auto Show: Green cars • 2009 Green Car of the Year finalists • Preview: L.A. Auto Show Design Challenge
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