Electric cars are becoming popular lately because they are better for the environment compared to gas-powered cars. But a team from Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands decided to take the concept of environment-friendly cars to the next level — by creating an electric car that’s mostly made out of recycled waste.
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“With this car, we want to show that waste is a valuable material, even in complex applications like a car,” team member Matthijs van Wijk said in a statement.
The car, nicknamed “Luca,” features an electric powertrain, with two electric motors allowing it to reach a top speed of 90 kmh (56 mph).
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Learn more details about this car over at Eindhoven University of Technology.
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