Would you drive a car made from leftover tequila?
Probably not. But Ford and Jose Cuervo are trying to make you reconsider that idea.
Both companies are teaming up to use what's left of an agave plant after tequila is made and using it as a replacement for plastic.
Your whole car might not be made of agave, but plastic parts like the cup holders and fuse boxes could be, ABC News reports.
Considering Ford says the average car has about 400 pounds of plastic, that could add up fast.
Ford also added the material wasn't ready for your next road trip - it will take a while to make sure the fibers resist heat well enough to be usable.
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