In the Netherlands, a group of young people made an electric car out of plastic bottles and other junk.

According to a report by a foreign news agency, an electric car made of useless items in the Netherlands is capable of running at a speed of 90 km per hour up to 220 km on a full charge.

According to the report, the body of this beautiful car is made of hard plastic while the seats are made of skull bark and horse hair.

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The youngsters have named this electric car ‘Lusa’ which can seat two people.

Lisa Van Eaton, project manager, said the car took about 18 months to build and was designed and built by a group of 22 students.

Waste not, want not: Dutch students build electric car from recycled material

“We hope that car companies will now start using scrap metal to make cars,” said Matthias van Wyk, a member of the production team.

“We want to show that it is possible to make a chassis out of these useless items,” he said.