Let me think. . .the technology was developed by his grandpappy back during the war, there is no indication that he has any patents, there is no indication of an evaluation by a credible organization (ie. Consumer Union, the ME Dept of a major University), and we don't get to look under the hood.
Somehow this technology has escaped the attention of the auto manufacturers of Germany, Japan, Korea, and India for the last several decades (I did not include the US manufacturers because they have not seemed to care about quality, high mileage vehicles until forced ito it by the Japanese).
If it is an electronic vehicle it might get INFINITE gasoline mileage if you ignore the cost to charge and replace batteries, but the range and purchase price might be unacceptable. If it is a hybrid, we are asked to believe that he has beat Honda and Toyota at their game.
Do I believe it gets 110 MPG with good speed and acceleration?
RE: Do you believe this car gets 110 miles per gallon of gas?
i don't believe it.because if it did everyone would be getting one.