Mercedes-Benz has built a car that can be grown in a lab. It is named the BIOME, It weighs about 875 pounds. It is completely biodegradable. It made it’s appearance at the Los Angeles motor show. The BIOME can be composted at the end of it’s life.
The process of how the car is produced is similar to agar jelly. The body of the car grows from two stars (the companies symbol), and each wheel grows from a seed. It would run on solar energy stored in BioNectar4534. . The only byproduct is oxygen. Would you like to drive in one of these?
This is the BIOME, a completely biodegradable car.
Honda has invented a car with interchangeable bodies! It is called the Micro Commuter. It was first seen at the Tokyo Motor Show. Since then the car has improved very much. It is not for sale yet, though it is almost ready for production. The car is extremely lightweight. It is less than 400kg. It can use a tablet for the display of the car. You won’t have to worry about if your tablet runs out of battery quickly, because tablets can be charged via solar cells on the cars roof. It might as well be the car of the of the future, so if you’re buying a car in a few years you may want to look for this one.