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Old 05-24-2021, 11:48 PM   #4 (permalink)
Isaac Zachary
High Altitude Hybrid
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Location: Gunnison, CO
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Avalon - '13 Toyota Avalon HV
90 day: 41.06 mpg (US)

Prius - '06 Toyota Prius
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I've always thought of liquid air (or liquid nitrogen) and compressed air vehicles as having cold as a byproduct, which can be used for something like an air-conditioner. This is the opposite of ICEV's that have heat as a byproduct.

EV's don't produce much heat and no cold. So they need to pump heat in or out of the cabin if you want to be comfortable in hot or cold weather.
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