Unwanted pedal movement wastes fuel.

Even the best drivers change requested power several times a second.

As a vehicle travels forward, it also moves slightly up and down due to variations in the roadway surface. This motion in turn causes the driver’s foot to change pressure on the accelerator pedal, leading to slight changes in power.

For example, a driver targeting 35 MPH may unintentionally change requested speed between 34, 31, 37 and 32 MPH in less than a second.

Individually, these deviations occur so quickly that they usually pass unnoticed by the driver. Yet together they significantly reduce a vehicle's real-world mileage from its theoretical peak.

Introducing SmartPedal.

Improves mileage by electronically correcting for unwanted changes in power.

SmartPedal utilizes a new technology—pedal signal correction—to improve the mileage and range of vehicles incorporating electronic accelerator pedals, including most electric-, hybrid- and combustion-powered cars and trucks.

To power these corrections, SmartPedal contains a powerful 32-bit ARM CPU. Built-in sensors monitor vehicle motion. A second set of sensors tracks driver and pedal interaction by electronically monitoring the position of the accelerator pedal.

Utilizing probability theory, SmartPedal analyzes this sensor data dozens of times a second to determine the influence of the roadway on the driver's use of the pedal. SmartPedal then electronically corrects the pedal signal to eliminate unwanted changes in power.

The entire process is designed to operate transparently to the driver and improves mileage without compromising handling or safety.

Installs clean.

Snap fits to accelerator pedal in minutes.

With ignition off, unsnap wire harness from accelerator pedal.

Snap wire harness to connector on SmartPedal.

Snap SmartPedal to connector on accelerator pedal.

SmartPedal can't be installed backwards.

If any of the three steps are skipped, the vehicle is still safe—it will not accelerate until the pedal is properly connected.

Advanced Driving Modes

User-selectable driving modes for even more savings.

SmartPedal utilizes probabilistic analysis to identify when unwanted pedal movement occurs and how much correction to apply. To make a fuel-saving correction, the system must first reach a threshold determination that a pedal movement was most likely unwanted.

Using the advanced driving modes, you can adjust this threshold to increase the frequency and extent of fuel-saving corrections. At conservative settings, corrections are designed to be invisible to drivers. Even at mid-range settings, corrections are rarely noticeable other than by the most attentive drivers.

Choose even more aggressive settings to maximize mileage. However, keep in mind that to most drivers the vehicle will feel like it is being driven in ECO mode.

Made in USA.

Complies with all federal and industry safety standards.

Safety begins with encasing our electronics in high-strength, flame-resistant materials that meet or exceed the safety standards of the automotive industry and the U.S. government. Our housings are also water and dust resistant, just in case your vehicles operate in harsh environments.

Internally, a software-based agent double-checks every correction for accuracy and continually calibrates output throughout the life of the device. As a further safety measure, SmartPedal contains a passthrough that under certain conditions can stop corrections and transmit the uncorrected pedal signal to the engine.

We perform all engineering and manufacturing in the USA and source authentic parts and components only through trusted suppliers. Our goal is to maintain continuous oversight over the entire manufacturing process in order to deliver a high-quality end product to every customer.

After installing SmartPedal, my mileage increased 7% to 51.5 mpg.

– Ray from Fairfield
2010 Toyota Prius

I drive 2500 miles a month and get 60 mpg. Before my highest was 54. Great result!

– Arjun, Uber driver from Boston
   2014 Toyota Prius

Even using a driving mode that applied the smallest corrections, engine response was noticeably improved compared to stock.

– Michael from Bristol
   2013 Toyota Prius

The improvement in efficiency was about 10% in my Leaf.

– Brian from Syracuse
   2012 Nissan Leaf SV

SmartPedal is so inconspicuous I forget it's even there.

– Ken from Amherst
   2013 Toyota Prius Plug-in