The 718 Toyota GT4 Club Sport MR has an interesting new body kit that will take part in this year’s Nurburgring 24-hour race. What’s interesting about this body kit is the materials it uses. It is reported that for the first time, a complete body kit has been made from natural fiber composites. < / P > < p > this material is a natural fiber mixture mainly from renewable raw materials. The new car marks the first time that new materials have been used to create front and rear aprons, front spoilers, front and rear covers, mudguards and diffusers. Previously, only this material was used by Porsche to make the door and tail of a small racing car in China. < / P > < p > this material replaces the metal and plastic injection molding components used in the production of sports cars. The car manufacturer points out that the unstructured components of recycled natural fiber composites have similar properties to carbon fiber composites in terms of weight and stiffness, and it also meets the same safety and quality standards. The significant benefit of this is that natural fiber composites can be manufactured more economically and energy consumption can be reduced. < / P > < p > growing flax fiber is the foundation of sustainable natural fiber composites and will not affect food crops. In 2016, Porsche started working with the Federal Ministry of food and agriculture to develop this material. < / P > < p > in the tail, each layer is impregnated with epoxy resin and baked in an autoclave. The newly added FRP parts adopt vacuum injection process and bcomp’s proprietary dynamic rib technology to meet the stiffness requirements. In addition, the shock absorption capacity of this material is five times that of other materials, and in the event of an accident, the material will break into larger fragments instead of more lethal sharp fragments. Global Tech