Liquid Natural Gas Powered Supercar from Maxximus
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Prodigy is a stunning supercar concept by Maxximus. Powered by a proprietary twin turbocharged 330 ci engine that works on LNG (Liquid Natural Gas), the ride boasts a 0-60 mph time of just 2.1 seconds. It can also go from 10 to 100 mph and back in only 8.9 seconds. The engine flaunts advanced sport technologies, like the Digital valve technology which reduces engine friction and power loss.
With a body made of carbon fiber and Chromalloy, Maxximus Prodigy also has ceramic wheel bearings, ceramic brakes, height-adjustable suspension system and an onboard computer that manages them all. For the staggering price of $1 million, you will also get plenty of tech advancements, including satellite navigation, climate control and Mac sound system. Of course, the car would first have to go from sketch form to the production lines, which no one can say for sure if will ever happen.