A car is designed to strip the air of pollution as it drives along has been shown off.

The car is created by British designer, Thomas Heatherwick.

The radical design is intended to address not only the pollution issue but also help solve the “space crisis”.

The car – which was first unveiled at the Shanghai car show in April – has a large glass roof, and the interior is designed to look like a room, with adjustable chairs that can be turned into beds, and a central table intended for meetings or meals.

The steering wheel is hidden in the dashboard and the exterior is textured, with a series of ripples or ridges.

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