Why is the Japanese Teijin concept car so unsafe to drive?

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    If you’re referring to the Teijin EV, the car has less car parts than many other cars, making it cheaper to produce and allowing it to run faster. However, it has numerous problems; it’s polycarbonate resin glass winshield weighs weights less than glass, which makes it unsafe, it’s headlights don’t create bright enough light, and it lacks airbags. The designers think they can create a version of the car that is safe to drive in five to ten years.

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    If you’re referring to the Teijin EV, the car has less car parts than many other cars, making it cheaper to produce and allowing it to run faster. However, it has numerous problems; it’s polycarbonate resin glass winshield weighs weights less than glass, which makes it unsafe, it’s headlights don’t create bright enough light, and it lacks airbags. The designers think they can create a version of the car that is safe to drive in five to ten years.

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