A car made from biodegradable natural materials has passed road safety tests in the Netherland.

The four–seater lightweight structure is made of sugar beet and flax, which takes 20% of the energy used to produce today’s aluminum or carbon –fiber based cars.


Earlier this year, a student team from Eindhoven University of Technology, unveiled LINA. The university says, “the concept car will undergo a few final adaptations before being allowed on public roads later this month.”  According to BBC San Simmons, a member of the team, was the first one to received permission to take it for a test drive. 



You could watch BBC weekend report this weekend.

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