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Boffins build buggy with a difference
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.
  • British boffins have unveiled Europe’s first electric-powered Mario Kart-style buggy made from recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer. The Chameleon, which weighs 150kg (23 stone), has a top speed of 45mph and could revolutionise commuter travel and cut pollution. The battery-powered buggy produces no emissions and is around a third of the size of an average car. It was built using a chassis made from a super-strength recycled plastic and built on a 3D printer.