Dutch students built electric car from biocomposite material

The students of the Technical University of Eindhoven in the Netherlands has unveiled a prototype electric car by the name of Lina.

Lina electric car made of composite material based on flax, which is almost entirely made platform and the body. The result is quadruple electric car weighs just 310 kg.
The developers claim that their composite strength is at least not inferior to fiberglass plastic, while the len is widely spoken in any country with a temperate climate.
Lina is equipped with two DC motors with a total capacity of 11 HP and a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 1.9 kilowatt-hours. The electric car accelerates to 80 km/h. cruising range is unknown.
About any plans for serial production of linen of electric cars is not yet known.

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