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Jurassic Park - Gas Powered Electric Ford Explorers?
Scene- Rex is loose and starts flipping the tour truck...
When the Explorer is flipped upside down it has all the makings of a gasoline powered vehicle (exhaust, muffler, gas tank, etc) but this is supposed to be an electric vehicle.
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Contributed By:
machyne on 05-30-2000
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Comments:
Neo writes:
Maybe they just didn't remove those components while customizing the Explorer to run off electricity. I wouldn't take the time to remove them.
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Deannasaur writes:
This is a true slip-up, however, most electric cars have gas backup for high speeds or steep climbing. Electricity is used for smooth, easy driving. I would assume that in case of an emergency, they would have had gas backup on this vehicle.
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Themovieman2002 writes:
Ok once again this is hollywood i have seen them use paintball guns as rifles CHEAP . They wouldnt take the time to make it a totally electric car and most electri cars have a gas back up . So think things over twice before you write the stuff in
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Overdrive writes:
While it is possible to rebuild a Ford Explorer from gas to electricity I must agree that this is a bit of a mistake. :)
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droodles writes:
Nearly all electric cars still have an exhaust and gas tank, this is because an electric engine does not produce heat so the gas has to be burned to heat the car.
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