Work begins on sustainable and recyclable concept EV

Every year for the past few years, the ecomotive team at the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands has built an electric concept city car of the future. This year’s project is called Noah, and is being billed as the world’s first circular car. This doesn’t refer to its appearance but rather its sustainable production and usage, and its end of life recyclability…
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Technical University of Eindhoven

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