Ronn Motors reveals new eco-driving partnership

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

Ronn Motor Company partnered with Nelson Philippe and I Drive Green as they sought to promote and teach the habit of Eco-Driving to lower fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions. There are plans to integrate the I Drive Green concept as yet another eco-friendly product offering by Ronn Motors.

Likewise, I Drive Green intend to equip the big rigs that haul their racing cars between lots of IRL racing events with H2GO real-time, hydrogen generation systems as part of their ideals of encouraging awareness of eco-friendliness within the transportation sector.

Ronn Motor Company's CEO Ronn Maxwell states that they are thrilled to have partnered with Nelson Philippe and I Drive, especially since this partnership has reinforced the company's ability to lower fuel consumption and emissions through eco-driving skills development and the use of H2GO system.

The partnership together with the H2GO system also enhanced the credibility of Ronn Motor Company in the industry.

To underline this fact, Nelson Philippe happen to test drive the eco-exotic supercar of Ronn Motors after which he said that it was one of the best cars he has ever been in right in front of press people.

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