Unlimited SupercarsOur goal is to build the world's
fastest electric supercars. We
want to prove that we can build
a supercar made out of hemp that
is high-performance, carbon-negative,
environmentally friendly and
sustainable. We have partnered
with Bruce Michael Dietzen from
Renew LLC to build the supercars.
Our goal is to build the world’s fastest electric sports car. We want to prove that we can build a supercar made
out of hemp that is high-performance, carbon-negative, environmentally friendly and sustainable. We have
partnered with Bruce Michael Dietzen from Renew LLC to build the supercars.
The Unlimited Hemp Company is planning to build 3 prototypes supercars made out of hemp that is high-performance, carbon-negative, environmentally friendly and sustainable. The cars are being built in partnership with hemp car maverick Bruce Michael Dietzen from Renew LLC and Indigenous Nations. It will be one of the world’s fastest street-legal sports cars. The goal is to test the sports cars and get them into production in the near future for the premium sports car market.
For the car body, we are creating a composite chassis made out of woven hemp fiber and resin. For the electric battery of the vehicle, we will be testing different types of batteries (as a super-capacitor) to charge the supercars as quickly as possible. For the interior, we are relying on using high-grade 3-D printers to manufacture our parts.
We are seeking car enthusiasts, universities, formula one supporters, researchers, and scientists to join our team.
Our Hemp Supercar Story
As social activists, we are always thinking about the health and welfare of our planet. Cars and ground vehicles are a very important part of our modern everyday lives, but it is also a large source of our pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
The Union of Concerned Scientists states that “Our personal vehicles are a major cause of global warming. Collectively, cars and trucks account for nearly one-fifth of all US emissions, emitting around 24 pounds of carbon dioxide and other global-warming gases for every gallon of gas. About five pounds comes from the extraction, production, and delivery of the fuel, while the great bulk of heat-trapping emissions—more than 19 pounds per gallon—comes right out of a car’s tailpipe.
In total, the US transportation sector—which includes cars, trucks, planes, trains, ships, and freight—produces nearly thirty percent of all US global warming emissions, more than almost any other sector.”
Therefore, the Unlimited Hemp Company has set out to create green, carbon-negative, eco-friendly, biodegradable, low-energy, and sustainable electric sports cars. We plan to create 3 prototypes of supercars with the sexiness of car designs like the Porsche, Lamborghini, Ferrari, and Lotus.
After seeing Jay Leno driving the hemp car developed by former Dell Executive Bruce Dietzen, the Unlimited Hemp Company decided to form a partnership to develop 3 prototype hemp sports cars with Bruce. Bruce was working on his own sports car since 2017 called Renew based on the Mazda Miata Chasis. What impressed us was that he was able to build a car body that’s made up of 100 lbs of hemp, all covered in an extremely hard resin.
According to Bruce, the woven hemp cloth combined with the resin-made the car 10x stronger than steel. The car not only impressed us because it was ecologically friendly but it was also theoretically safer and more crash resistant.
Additionally, the manufacturing process to construct the car was “carbon neutral”, so it does not tax the atmosphere with additional greenhouse gases that cause climate change. The Unlimited Hemp Company is not planning to compete with Elon Musk’s Tesla electric cars but to position the Unlimited Hemp Cars as a limited-edition ultra-premium sports car in a similar category as Ferrari, Porsche, and Lamborghini. There is a bright future ahead for the Unlimited Hemp Company!
We Put People and Planet First
We put the planet and people first. We are not only driven by profits; we are mission-driven with a focus on People, Planet, Prosperity, Purpose, and Philanthropy. The Unlimited Hemp Company is not a giant corporation but a startup. We are forming cooperatives with indigenous farmers across the world who shares the same commitment to changing the world by growing and processing hemp.
We measure our impact by how many people we helped, as well as by how much land, forests, and water we protected and restored.
History of Hemp Cars
‘When Henry Ford recently unveiled his plastic car, the result of 12 years of research, he gave the world a glimpse of the automobile of tomorrow, its tough panels molded under hydraulic pressure of 1,500 pounds per square inch (psi) from a recipe that calls for 70 percent of cellulose fibers from wheat straw, hemp, and sisal plus 30 percent resin binder. The only steel in the car is its tubular welded frame. The plastic car weighs a ton, 1,000 pounds lighter than a comparable steel car.’
Rudolf Diesel, the inventor of the diesel engine, designed it to run on vegetable and seed oils like hemp. Ford originally intended his vehicles to run off of vegetable oils, stating “there’s enough alcohol in one year’s yield of an acre of potatoes to drive the machinery necessary to cultivate the fields for one hundred years.”
Here are some quotes from newspaper articles in 1941.
…Although it [the plastic] uses the same time of binder employed in some well-established plastics, which are not a Ford development, the remaining portion, that is, the fill, comes partly from the farm, in the form of strong fibers, such as hemp or ramie, and partly from the forest…
-Iron Age Magazine, 1941, as cited by Herbert Chase, Society of Automobile Engineers in 30 March 1941 New York Times.
An all-plastic car 300 pounds lighter than comparable models built of steel and having ten times the impact resistance of steel is near completion in the Ford plant at Dearborn, Mich., Popular Science Monthly announced last week. In a special interview, it was said, Henry Ford predicted that his test car, made of plastic body, hood and fenders, would be lighter, safer and less expensive. He added: “It will be a car of darn sight better design in every form. And don’t forget the motor car business is just one of the industries that can find new uses for plastics, made from what’s grown in the land!”
-New York Times, 2 Feb 1941
Join us to make history again!