Inspired by Henry Ford, this cannabis car was created by Bruce Dietzen in Florida. To make the car Dietzen was forced to import cannabis hemp from China because hemp remains illegal to grow in the state of Florida.
Made from the body of a Mazda, the cannabis car is supposed to be "leading the charge in making carbon-neutral vehicles," an impressive feat for its creator who took on this project on their own. The car is made from woven hemp, which makes it lighter than cars made from fiberglass and is also 10 times more dent-resistant than steel.
The vehicle runs on bio fuel made from "recycled agricultural waste" and has an even lower carbon footprint than electric-powered cars.
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