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Environmentally Friendly Hydrogen Car Is Made of Disposable Plastic

The 22-year-old Russian designer seems to have found the balance between green and modern.

We are getting used to the bold and sharp designs of new-gen cars, which mostly support going green and using less fuel based on gas. However, we bet you haven't seen both bouncy and environmentally friendly one yet. 

And the designer from Moscow, Nikita Konopatov, who is a 22-year-old student has just created that cutie-pie kind of car running on hydrogen. It's not the only thing that will impress you though. The whole design is made of recycled plastic. 

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Environmentally Friendly Hydrogen Car Is Made of Disposable Plastic
Source: Nikita Konopatov

The design moves with two wide cylindrical barrels placed down the front and back of the round body. It looks applicable that he chose an all transparent cover, as the interior takes quite a little space. 

Environmentally Friendly Hydrogen Car Is Made of Disposable Plastic
Source: Nikita Konopatov

"Today, there is a global problem," Konopatov explains, referring to the environmental pollution.

"Every day we produce and use something that immediately becomes garbage after use," he points out in a statement he sent us via email. The inspiration behind his design is to oppose environmental pollution by creating a hydrogen powered-car made of disposable plastic. 

Environmentally Friendly Hydrogen Car Is Made of Disposable Plastic
Source: Nikita Konopatov

If you don't think the appearance is not sweet enough, the pink version might just convince the very soul of yours.  

Both versions look ahead of time. However it doesn't seem quite possible for it to be compatible with many currently placed uneven road types, hence they might require a soft one just like the way they look.   

Environmentally Friendly Hydrogen Car Is Made of Disposable Plastic
Source: Nikita Konopatov

There is also a simple side to this design, it's not like a fancy car waiting for you to take you on the fastest ride. But who knows what could it come up with next? 

The 22-year-old apparently has other sorts of interest in designing space-ships and medical tools. Let's not forget to mention that he put his creativity through his Blade-Runner admiration, and you can check his other artworks on his blog and Instagram.

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