Porsche's smoking new wheeled car is the world's first with hemp bodywork.
Porsche says the material is similar in weight and stiffness to a traditional carbon fiber composite and that the organic ingredients used are agricultural products, making it more environmentally friendly.
Porsche is not the first car manufacturer with this type of idea, however. Back in 1941, Henry Ford built a prototype with a body made entirely of plastic, which allegedly used cellulose from hemp, wheat and soybeans in its construction, although the exact formula has been lost in history.
Along with the weight reduction offered by the Doors, the unrolled Clubsport feature features a 425 hp 3.8-liter flat six engine, 6-speed dual clutch, gearbox, roller cage, fuel cell, racing brakes and suspension, as well as traction equipment accessories. Two versions are offered: a $ 150,000 Trackday model and a competition version aimed at top racing that costs $ 175,000.
Porsche has not indicated any plans to use the new material on a street-legal production car, but it Its better sustainability will further enhance the green image of its upcoming selection of electric vehicles.
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