A car that has been designed to strip the air of pollution as it drives along has been shown off at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Created by British designer Thomas Heatherwick, it is hoped the Airo will go into production in China in 2023, with plans to make a million of them.
The radical design is intended to address not only the pollution issue, but also help solve the "space crisis".
Critics are not convinced it can ever be more than a concept car.
Despite designing London's new version of the iconic Routemaster bus, Mr Heatherwick is better known for architectural projects such as Google's headquarters in California and London.
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