The car that runs with coffee beans

Great news! It appeared the car that works with coffee instead of gasoline or electricity!

The car that runs with coffee beans

Unusual, the car reaches 100 km / h and stays well within the emission of carbon dioxide. The British built it more in play, to demonstrate the diversity of ecological solutions.

The car that runs with coffee beans

The prototype is a modified 1998 Volkswagen Scirocco and the tuning preparation cost 400 pounds.

The car that runs with coffee beans

For each kilometer, the car eats more coffee beans – about how many would be to prepare 35 espresso. In its current form, is 50 times more expensive than the normal one. In addition, drivers would have a problem. It should fill the container with coffee beans at 20, up to 25 km. The initiative is, however, interesting.
[Source: Go4it]

3 Responses to “The car that runs with coffee beans”

  1. Leonida Carvel spune:

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  2. Dana spune:

    I guess you like this idea 🙂

  3. Christine Vandivier spune:

    Last night I came to the realization that I need to be spending some money on a coffee bean grinder, but there are so many different things to consider, many of which I have never even heard of before, things like: How long does it take to actually grind the coffee beans? Can I grind a lot of beans at one time? Is the grinder electric or manual? Is the grinder a space saver? How many coarness levels does the grinder have, ie; fine, ultrafine or coarse, medium coarseness. How was the cost of a grinder? What is difference in the most expensive grinder to the less expensive grinders? Can you use any flavor of coffee to grind? Does the coffee bean grinder come attached to a coffee maker? Does the coffee grinder have a preset timer- along with a automatic turn off mechanism?