Skoda’s Citihenge, the modern-day rendition of the Stonehenge uses recycled cars
The Stonehenge has always been more than just a mysterious arrangement of rocks shifted into place by our ancestors with technology we cannot understand yet. Driving inspiration from this enchanted landmark nestled in the English county of Wiltshire, automobile manufacturer Skoda has come up with an eye-catching way to recycle its old cars. Called the Citihenge, this installation makes use of old cars and took three months to craft and 12 hours to install. Located at the south bank of the Thames near the Tower Bridge, the installation makes use of18 scrapped cars and weighs a total of 36 metric tons. Also, the installation is capable of facing the elements and can withstand a force-12 hurricane! And that’s not all. The Citihenge has been cleverly crafted to make it recyclable once used.