Check out this video of a functioning Bugatti Veyron built entirely from cigarette packs. The story inside.
Check out this video from a Chinese television news report showing a Bugatti Veyron built entirely out of cigarette packs. The model is not only capable of supporting passengers, but can also move at slow speeds both forwards and backwards thanks to an electric motor.
The car was built by Sun Yonggan, a 22-year-old sophmore at Xi’an Electrical and Information Institute, and his four roommates. The five students spent eight months assembling the vehicle from 10,280 cigarette packs. Full weight of the vehicle is over 300 kg (661 lbs).
The student team built the car for World No Tobacco Day, an anti-tobacco initiative by the World Health Organization held annually on May 31.