Formula 3 Racing Car Powered By Chocolate
Can you imagine a fully decomposable vehicle? Just take a second to consider how that could be possible. Even stranger, what If that car was a racecar?
Such a model does exist. A group of students at the University of Warwick , England have created a racecar (formula 3) using a corn based resin.
The car includes brake pads made of cashew shells, a steering wheel made of carrots and seats made of polymerized banana peels.
And did we mention the emission could have you slobbering? This car runs 100% on chocolate. The engine is built to combust a chocolate-based oil with a catalyst that eliminates any emissions. This vehicle truly takes green to a new level, very much unlike a Prius.
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