Mar 25, 2018 - 12:19 am

What to do with combustion engines once EVs take over?


With transport turning increasingly electric, fossil fuel powered cars and their innards don’t have a place anymore. So what to do with them once they become redundant? Are we going to toss them away, let them fill the scrapyards? Maybe not.

A small company from Stuttgart has asked all those questions and has come up with a better idea. It is a rather sustainable and tasteful solution for a second life for old combustion engines: use them as a wine rack.

In this case, it is a highly conceptual wine rack as it has been spotted in the V8 Hotel, which got a design revolving around the automobile. Soon to be legendary. via (in German),


Kynar-battery-schema-Arkema-anzeige-klein-minKynar® PVDF grades have a successful 20-year legacy in the Lithium Ion batteries, as electrode binders and as separator coating, boosting batteries safety and lifetime. Driven by continued strong growth in the lithium-ion battery market for electric vehicles, Arkema increases the dedicated capacity of its Kynar® PVDF at its Changshu plant.
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