When it comes to the future of cars, most are about making them better and safer.

But that’s just a beginning.

Now, the scientists at the University of Oxford have developed a new way to make plastic-free cars by putting it on a sheet of aluminium. 

If they succeed, the car could be the perfect material for a mass market product.

It will be cheaper to make, lighter and stronger than the existing carmakers, making it an attractive investment. 

What makes plastic useful?

Plastic is an excellent material for making things like cars, solar panels, electronics, clothes and even baby products. 

It is, however, quite a tough and sticky material, and is a major contributor to global pollution. 

Plastic is extremely flexible and can be used for all sorts of uses, from food packaging to insulation to clothing and even packaging for food. 

Its strength is also good for building strong, strong structures. 

How can plastic be made plastic-neutral?

Plastic can be made from a variety of plastics, and in some ways plastic-containing plastics are better for building cars than their non-plastic counterparts. 

However, there are a number of reasons why the best plastic for cars is probably not the best plastics for building houses. 

The first reason is the chemical composition of plastics.

The plastic used in the manufacture of cars and buildings is made up of a number different molecules, which is not the case for the materials used in building houses or buildings. 

Secondly, plastics used for building housing often contain chemicals that are highly reactive. 

This means that they will react with the environment. 

Finally, plastics are a good conductor of electricity and are also very stable. 

While there are some exceptions to this, plastics have the capacity to be used in many different uses. 

There are also some plastics that are quite resilient, meaning that they can be manufactured in many ways. 

But this resilience can also lead to problems. 

One of the most obvious problems is the carbon footprint.

Plastic is a great material to make and to recycle, but the carbon content of plastics is usually very high. 

In addition, the production of plastics in factories is often highly polluting, and many plastics end up in landfills. 

According to a study carried out by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) in 2014, the plastics produced in China in 2013 had an average annual carbon emissions of around 5,000 tonnes per capita. 

Although this number is small compared to the number of people who die every year from air pollution, it still means that plastic products in China produce around 30% of the carbon dioxide emissions that the rest of the world emits. 

So, the fact that plastics are used for the building industry in China means that the country is a significant contributor to the greenhouse gas emissions from the production and use of plastics globally. 

Why do plastics break down?

Plastic breaks down when heated. 

Heat creates an opening in the material, which opens up and releases water and carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. 

Carbon dioxide can then escape and become more reactive.

This leads to the breakdown of the plastic. 

As plastic is a very reactive material, it can break down much more easily when exposed to air or water. 

A common example of this is in the use of polypropylene (PP), which is the material used in all of the main plastic manufacturing plants. 

Polypropylene is an extremely hard and flexible material that can be stretched and folded at will. 

When exposed to heat, however , it breaks down. 

Researchers at the Institute of Materials Research (IMR) at Oxford discovered that PP can be chemically bonded with aluminium, which acts as a catalyst for the formation of a new polymer that is much lighter and more flexible than PP. 

They also discovered that the polymer formed from PP and aluminium is stronger and more stable than PP itself. 

These two properties make PP an ideal material for plastics. 

Is plastic a sustainable material?

Plastics are cheap and readily available, and the production process is often very efficient. 

Additionally, plastics also contain very high amounts of carbon, which means that their production will also contribute to climate change. 

For example, carbon dioxide emitted by the production, transport and use in the plastic industry contributes to global warming by trapping heat and warming the planet. 

Moreover, plastics in general, like all other materials, are a major source of CO2 emissions. 

Are plastic cars sustainable?

Plastic cars have been around for decades.

The first car that was made from plastics was a Chevrolet Corvette. 

Today, the global market for cars and other products made from these materials is worth billions of dollars each year. 

Furthermore, there is a huge market for plastics in China, where it is a common material to build houses and buildings.

In 2015, there were more than 10 million plastic cars sold in China alone, according to a report from the China Institute of Automotive Engineering (CIAE