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Fuel economy (mpg equivalent)

Slide Content

The slide titled "Fuel economy (mpg equivalent)" compares the fuel efficiency ranges of various vehicle types using a horizontal bar graph. "Conventional ICE" shows a range from 10 to 78 miles per gallon (mpg) equivalent, indicating traditional internal combustion engines with varying efficiencies. "Biodiesel" ranges from 18 to 71 mpg, suggesting a better environmental impact and efficiency. "All-electric" vehicles boast the highest range, 54 to 118 mpg equivalent, highlighting their efficiency and eco-friendliness. "Hydrogen fuel cell" has a single value of 80 mpg, showing a promising alternative energy source. Lastly, "Hybrid electric" vehicles show a range of 30 to 60 mpg, combining fuel and electric power to optimize efficiency.

Graphical Look

  • The title is in bold, large font, centered at the top of the slide in a dark, navy blue box.
  • A horizontal bar graph is used to display the data.
  • Each bar represents a different type of vehicle/fuel, using a gradient of color from light to dark.
  • The types of vehicles/fuels are listed on the left, each with a corresponding icon: a blue drop for Conventional ICE, a green leaf for Biodiesel, a bright green bolt for All-electric, a light green "H2" for Hydrogen fuel cell, and a dark green bolt for Hybrid electric.
  • The numeric ranges for mpg equivalent are shown to the right of the bars in bold black font.
  • The background of the slide is white, ensuring that the graph and icons stand out.
  • A light gray footer stretches across the bottom with the source attribution to "".

The slide has a clean, modern look with vivid-colored bars enhancing readability. The icons and color gradients serve to visually categorize the different fuel types effectively.

Use Cases

  • Presenting an eco-friendly company policy comparing motor vehicle technology in terms of efficiency and environmental impact.
  • Using in energy sector conferences to discuss advancements in fuel technology and its impact on sustainability.
  • Educating customers or company stakeholders about the benefits of different types of fuel-efficient vehicles.
  • Strategic planning meetings for transport or logistics companies considering fleet upgrades to more economical vehicles.

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