Farmer Claims To Have Created A Wind-Powered Electric Car
A man from Beijing turned his eco-friendly idea into a working concept vehicle for just $1600.
A 55-year-old farmer from Beijing, China, proclaims that he has created a functioning car powered by wind. The vehicle is constructed using what looks like scrapes of materials costing a total of $1600. It has a built-in electric engine which can be charged via the large fan at the front of the car.
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