Meet the Maxximus LNG 2000, the world’s first natural-gas powered supercar

Maxximus LNG 2000

Sure, the “green” motor industry for the most part has been either controversial, or rather boring, some exceptions aside quite obviously. But of course, because they involve cars, these “green” motives can still keep the speed freaks hard at work. That’s why designer Marlon Kirby and car builder David B. McMahon made the world’s first natural gas-powered super car.

Running on compressed natural gas and liquid natural gas, the not-so-green 1,600hp V8 Maxximus LNG 2000 is the company’s second generation of their original G-Force super car, the self-claimed the “world’s fastest street-legal supercar.”

Not many other details about the Maxximus LNG 2000 were released as the car is still in the process of being finalized., but the McMahon and Kirby duo gave us some word about their latest effort, the Prodigy, which is another LNG car designed for the consumer market and is said to have a whopping 2000hp engine and a million-dollar price tag.

– By: Chris Chin

Source: Inhabitat