UT3

Category: Gasoline Prototype

Fuel Efficiency Rating: 3421mpg (1,454km/L)

Car Weight: 75 lb / 34 kg

After a second place finish at the SEM 2014, the team went back to the drawing board and thought of every possible way to improve the gasoline vehicle. Using the same shape, this car is significantly lighter, and uses improved designs for steering. UT3 won first place at the SEMA 2015.

UT2

Category: Gasoline Prototype

Fuel Efficiency Rating: 2712mpg (1,153km/L)

Awards: Technical Innovation and Pennzoil Tribology

UT1 showed that the team was ready to move on to bigger things. This car has a redesigned shape, a carbon fiber monocoque body, and a custom built engine.

UT1

Category: Gasoline Prototype

Fuel Efficiency Rating: 626 mpg (Unofficial)

UT1 was the the team's first vehicle, and while it did not log an official run at the 2013 Shell Eco-marathon, it allowed the team to gain valuable experience to become more competitive in the following years.

The University of Toronto Supermileage Team is a member club of the University of Toronto | Last updated: September 2015