Some very creative and enterprising students from the Eindhoven University of Technology unveiled the world’s first biocomposite car, dubbed ‘Lina’, at their university‚Äôs campus in Eindhoven on Wednesday. The vehicle, which is fully functional, weighs just over 660 pounds, runs on electric energy generated by a battery pack. The next step for Lina and the design team is to try and obtain a licence number for the car, which will enable her to be driven on public roads. In order to do this, they have to test the vehicle on the streets with the backing of the Dutch Vehicle Authority.

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