University students have created the world’s cleanest car - so clean it actually removes carbon dioxide from the air. The fully electric car, named “Zem”, is made from 3D printed, recycled plastic, has a dashboard made from cooking oil and an interior made from pineapples.
It is able to remove carbon dioxide from the air via two carbon filters in the front grill, removing around 4.5lbs of CO2 per 20,000 miles. That means ten cars could remove the same amount of carbon dioxide from the air in a year as three mature trees.
Image: Students in the Netherlands have built a 3D printed car that is fully electric and removes carbon dioxide from the air. - https://www.portsmouth.co.uk