A group of U of I students may have the key to saving drivers a ton of cash at the pump.  They've designed a 70-pound, two-passenger, hydrogen fuel cell car, which is expected to get up to 100-miles for every gallon of gas.  The group is headed to Texas later this week to present their car in a competition sponsored by Shell.  

The actual efficiency of the car will be determined in a six mile run, traveling at just 15-miles per hour in downtown Houston.  The students took first place in the competition last year with a single passenger car that registered 66-miles per gallon.  

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