Zero-emission electric cars seem to be all the rage these days as they enter mainstream consciousness as an eco-friendly alternative to regular fuel guzzlers, and Motive Industries from Canada goes one up by announcing the first bio-composite bodied electric car in Canada known as the Kestrel. What makes this zero-emission car special would be its body that is made from impact resistant bio-composite material, which is actually derived from hemp mats (a cannabis composite) produced by Alberta Innovates Technology Future. You can’t smoke your car however, but at least you can ferry around another 3 people with you without impacting the environment negatively.
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