* Car's body made from hemp-based composite * Concept vehicle to debut in Vancouver next month (In U.S. dollars) By May Jeong TORONTO, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Canadian developers are plotting a small revolution in the still-tiny market for electric cars, with a concept vehicle made from hemp set to debut at a specialized auto show next month. The four-seat car, called the Kestrel, has an outer shell of a hemp-based composite, which developers say is lighter than glass fiber and more ...
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