Cars go open source

 
Published: Monday 30 April 2007

The world's first open-source car dubbed 'c,mm,n' was recently unveiled at a car show, AutoRAI, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The car has a hydrogen fuel cell engine to ensure zero emission. Its vision is the open-source concept that makes the car's technical drawings and blueprints freely available online at www.autoindetoekomst.nl/website. Though technical drawings are on the web; blueprints will be soon posted once the developers finish creating an open-source licence for the product. The website also invites people to add their ideas and modifications to the product.

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