It's powered by chocolate and wine fuel, steered by a wheel made from carrots and has a shell made from potatoes and salvaged aircraft panels, but the Worldfirst goes from 0 to 60 faster than any other Formula Three car. It's also the greenest in its class, and tipped to be the future of sustainable racing.
The aptly named Worldfirst, a product of Warwick University, cost £500,000 and can hit 135mph. It will made its track debut at Brands Hatch in October.
It's not the only stylish green machine doing the run for the planet; check out some of the innovative motors, what they run on and how much impact they have on the environment.
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