Unilag Students Build Eco-Friendly Car

Unilag Students Build Eco-Friendly Car

A group of students from the University of Lagos have built an eco-friendly car.

Unilag Students Build Eco-Friendly Car

According to the students, the car doesn't diffuse gas and doesn't make use of fossil fuel.

The car was built under the Project Dove Initiative. Having successfully completed their first model, Dove P1, makes use of locally sourced materials and it was built right here, at the University of Lagos.

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Last year, students from the University Of Lagos (UNILAG) and University of Benin (UNIBEN) built their own versions of energy-efficient car for the international Shell Eco-marathon. This marathon challenges student teams from around the world to design, build and test ultra-energy efficient vehicles.

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Unilag Students Build Eco-Friendly Car
Unilag Students Build Eco-Friendly Car
Unilag Students Build Eco-Friendly Car

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