Electric sports car made of waste and plastic bottles, will run 220 kilometers in a single charge

A real student has designed this car using plastic recycled pet bottles from the sea and waste from homes.

17th November, 2020


Demand for electric cars is increasing rapidly worldwide. These cars not only protect the environment from pollution, but they cost very little to drive. Let us tell you that automobile companies from all over the world are working towards making these cars better.

Let us tell you that a team of Dutch students have used waste to build a great electric car. A real student has designed this car using plastic extracted from the sea, recycled pet bottles and waste from homes. These students, who manufacture electric cars, study at the Technical University of Eindhoven.

Students have given this car a sporty look with the help of garbage. It is a two-seater car painted yellow. Students have named this car as 'Luca'. This car is capable of catching a speed of 90 kilometers per hour. If you talk about the range then this car is able to cover a distance of 220 km once charged. This information given about the car has been given by the Technical University of Eindhoven.

Hard plastic has been used to make this car, which is found in electronic appliances and toys used in the home. Let us tell you that hard plastic has been removed from the household waste and has been used to make this car. Along with this, horse hair and coconut hair have been used to make cushions and seats of this electric car.

The team of 22 students have worked hard together to prepare Luca. The special thing is that despite having such a big team, it has taken a full 18 months to prepare this car. However, this car is now ready and automobile companies around the world are keeping an eye on this car.

Category: Business

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Reported by:
Pankaj Prasad