SINGAPORE - Students from the Nanyang Technological University won six awards at an eco-car competition which focused on fuel efficiency and innovation.
At the Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2016, the two teams bagged four out of five off-track awards .
They also won bronze awards in two electric vehicle categories in which 118 teams from 17 countries competed.
Their 3D printed car won for vehicle design, communications, and safety as well.
The two NTU teams, comprising 16 engineering students, took a year to build and improve the cars at the Innovation Lab at the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.