It’s hard to say which country has the best and worst fuel efficiency, but one thing is for certain: India is the country with the most.
While India’s domestic consumption of fuel is the third largest, the country is responsible for almost half of the world’s emissions and the world will need to find a way to meet its growing fuel demand.
This is where the Prometheus Engine comes in.
The engine has been in development by the India-based petroleum engineering company for over two decades.
Prometheus was originally created by an engineering graduate of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Professor P. K. Gupta.
The project is now owned by the Tata group.
The Prometheus Engine is an advanced and affordable, fully automated, fuel efficient engine, and it has the potential to be a game changer in the energy sector.
The Engine can power vehicles from the current Tata Nano, which has a range of 200 km, to the Tata Nano X, which will be available for purchase in 2020.
The Nano X will be the first vehicle powered by an automated fuel-saving engine to reach a speed of 30 kmph.
The company says that the Nano X is the world´s first fuel-efficient electric vehicle.
The powertrain of the Prometheus engine consists of a four-cylinder turbocharged, four-stroke petrol engine, an electric motor, and a turbine, and the diesel engine is connected to the petrol engine by a battery.
The diesel engine produces about 10 kW/h (5.8 hp) of energy while the petrol engines output about 11 kW/s (5 hp) at cruising speed.
This means that a Prometheus fuel-injected diesel vehicle can achieve a total fuel consumption of 2.6 liters (4.4 gallons) per 100 km.
Prometheus claims that the engine can be powered by both electricity and natural gas and is able to provide up to 3 kWh/kWh (12.6 kWh/m) of power in an eight-hour period.
This equates to about 12,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity produced in one day.
Prometheus says that it will be possible to produce as much as 30 million gallons of diesel fuel in a single day.
In addition to powering cars and trucks, Prometheus says the engine could also be used for other applications.
For example, it could be used in the development of fuel-rich, environmentally friendly buildings and the manufacture of biofuels.
The fuel economy of the Nano Nano X can be further improved by the use of an advanced fuel cell, which is an efficient combination of hydrogen and oxygen, which can convert the diesel fuel into electricity and reduce the carbon footprint.
The vehicle can be refueled by running on hydrogen from a hydrogen tank.
As the engine is powered by hydrogen, it can be used as a fuel source in diesel vehicles as well.
The gas tanks are sealed and require no pumping equipment.
The price of fuel in the Nano is about US$4,000 ($5,400) per litre, which comes to about Rs.2,700 ($2,600) per year.
As of now, the Nano has an estimated fuel economy rating of 9.2 kmph (5 mph) per kilometre, but it has been reported that the vehicle can go as low as 5.2kmph (3 mph).
The company claims that its fuel efficiency can be achieved by using a combination of fuel cells, advanced materials and anaerobic digestion, which it describes as the process of “purifying and recovering” waste water from the environment.
In the next few years, the Prometheus will be launched by Tata Motors, the world leader in electric vehicles.
The Company is currently working on the development and launch of the new Nano vehicle and plans to have a commercial vehicle in the field by the end of 2020.
According to the company, the vehicle will be powered using a hydrogen engine.
However, the company is not ruling out the possibility of using hydrogen in its petrol engine as well in future.
A petrol engine will be able to achieve a fuel efficiency of over 9,000 kWh/km (4,100 kWh/m).
With a fuel economy like that, it will not be surprising to see the Nano go mainstream soon.
The full story: The fuel efficiency test, which took place in India in February, is still ongoing.
The team has already received an endorsement from the government for the technology.
The programme is being conducted by the Indian Society of Petroleum Engineers (ISPE), which is one of the best engineering societies in the country.
It is also working on a joint programme with the Tata Advanced Institute of Engineering (TAI) to further develop Prometheus, with a focus on improving fuel economy.
The ISPE is currently evaluating the Prometheus Fuel Cell Technology for development and testing.
The technology will be tested in India by the government-owned Institute of Marine and Coastal Engineering.
“It is an engineering achievement for us. The