All kinds of fuel have been used in automobiles, everything from hydrogen to alcohol. But who ever heard of a chocolate powered car? Researchers at the University of Warwick in England have come up with the first sustainable automobile fueled by chocolate.
It is a Formula 3 racing car that can go 135 miles per hour. The car, named Lola, cost $200,000 to make. Even the radiator makes oxygen out of ozone. In addition to chocolate, it can run on potato starch and carrots.
Is it time to buy chocolate futures?