This ultra efficient car features a unique clear plastic body that was designed and built by high school students at the automotive design studio at Delasalle Education Centre. The car gets around 300mpg thanks to its lightweight plastic shell. The students originally wanted to use fibreglass, but this proved too heavy, so instead they opted for the 3M product that is typically used to shrink wrap windows. A metal wireframe serves as the structure for the plastic, which is then stretched by hand and heated up to conform perfectly around the frame. The electric engine uses a sprocket-and-chain powertrain driven by 21 lithium-ion batteries.