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Supercars today are made from carbon fiber and lightweight-weight aluminum but as we try to become more sustainable and eco friendly Japan have unveiled a supercar concept made entirely out of wood ...

Commissioned by the country's Ministry of Environment to explore ways of reducing carbon emissions the "Nano Cellulose Vehicle (NCV)"  utilizes nano cellulose fibers—plant-derived material that's a fifth as light and five times as strong as steel, according to Jalopnik

Almost every component of the car is made from the nano cellulose fibers with the dashboard made from wood and because it is a concept vehicle limited specifications have been provided with regards to the engine, price however there are rumors that it will be powered by a hydrogen fuel cell with its current speed topping out at just 12 mph— so whilst it may look like a supercar it doesn't perform like a supercar!


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