This new car concept from students of Eindhoven University of Technology reduces total CO2 emissions during the production process by a third. The ETERNA electric car consists of two separate parts with two different life cycles.
In the Netherlands a car is scrapped on average after just under 20 years, according to sector organization Auto Recycling Nederland.
By looking at the construction of a car differently, the TU/Ecomotive student team of Eindhoven University of Technology has found a way to extend the lifespan of cars and ultimately reduce the total CO2 emissions during the production process by a third!
How? By building the vehicle from two separate parts and approaching it as two separate life cycles.
The result is the modular car ETERNA, with which the students will tour Western Europe in mid-August.Lees verder
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