Built from recycled plastic bottles “T25 Supermini Car” turns your head around

June 1, 2010 / No Comments

Designer Gordon Murray’s micro car instantly reminds one of Mr. Beans’ car of choice, a British Leyland Mini 1000 which was also became a character of sorts for the British television comedy series. All the recollection and resemblance apart, Murray’s lively little car “T25 Supermini Car,” is ready to really turn the heads around by its super cute mini look combined with amazingly green credentials.

microcar Built from recycled plastic bottles “T25 Supermini Car” turns your head around

“T25 Supermini Car” is a futuristic vehicle, which has been aesthetically designed keeping in mind various problems already confronted by us on the environmental front. Murray has crafted this little masterpiece entirely out of recycled plastic bottles so that some of it meant for littering our landfills in their millions gets diverted into making something more useful. The vehicle’s design also helps address the space constraint and subsequent parking issues already faced by us on daily basis. You would be happy to know that this tiny wonder is just 4-feet wide and thanks to the recycled plastic which helps bring down the weight to 600 kg the car consumes lesser fuel as well.

Via: EcoFriend