AeroHance Pods are aerodynamic, pod-shaped, after-market exterior automotive accessories. Placed along the rear of your vehicle, these fuel savers accelerate the flow of air to force more air behind. This reduces the drag. The more aerodynamic your vehicle, the easier it is to power through air and the less work required of your engine.Be AeroDynamic
Turbulence, or drag forms where air speeding past a vehicle meets the low-pressure zone following behind. Overcoming this drag consumes fuel. Less drag, less workload on the engine, which saves fuel.
AeroHance Pods are aerodynamic, pod-shaped, after-market exterior automotive accessories. Fuel savers that when placed before the point where turbulence forms, enhance the flow of air to force more air behind. This moves the turbulence of the wake region further back away from the vehicle. resulting in a lower drag coefficient. Adding this simple fuel savings device makes vehicles more aerodynamic. The more aerodynamic the vehicle, the easier it is to power through the air and the less work required of your engine.
Computational fluid analysis (modern day wind tunnel tests) shows a reduction in the drag coefficient of more than 5% with AeroHance Pods placed before the rear windshield, and 6% improvement when added along the rear sides of a blunt back vehicle. That results in an average mileage improvement of 5% for the vehicle tested, or around an extra gallon of gas for every tank full!
Improving aerodynamics increases range between fuel fills whether your vehicle has a combustion engine, is gas, diesel or biofuel powered, is a hybrid or electric vehicle (EV), or powered by a hydrogen fuel cell. Aerohance Pods are fuel savers that work for vehicles using all fuel types.Be AeroDynamic
We’ve gathered hundreds of thousands of miles of driving logs documenting odometer to fuel fills from drivers of many makes, models and year of vehicles. Cars, trucks, buses, vans, all comparing mileage with and without AeroHance Pods installed. What we have found confirms is improving vehicle aerodynamics saves fuel.
Many things affect fuel consumption, mileage and driving range. Ambient temperature, rain or snow, maintenance schedule, tire pressure, traffic, for example. Does the driver accelerate quickly and stop late, Is truck left idling during deliveries, and other nuances of driving style. The only way to control these confounding variables is to gather mileage data from as many drivers, in as many vehicles, and driving conditions as are willing to share.