Dutch engineering students from Solar Team Eindhoven have unveiled Stella Lux, a solar-powered car that generates more energy than it uses. While it doesn’t look a normal family sedan, its lowrider design, complete with skinny tires and a peculiar shape that resembles a catamaran, all serve a purpose. They aid in the vehicle’s fuel efficiency by making it lighter and more aerodynamic than the average car. This vehicle has reached 621 miles on sunny day tests in the Netherlands. What’s next? It will compete compete at the World Solar Challenge in the Cruiser Class of family cars, which focuses on practicality rather than speed. Click here to view the first image in this week’s funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how one person decided to “fasthonk” in their car.