The World’s Fastest Solar Car

Some congratulations are in order for a team of students from The University of New South Wales. Earlier this month, they set a world record for the fastest solar-powered car. Their car, traveling 88km/h (or 54 miles per hour), broke the previous record of 79 km/h. We’re not talking about NASCAR speeds, to be sure. But the research that went into making the UNSW car could mean big things for future generations of green-powered cars. Wired has more on the story, plus some photos…

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  • K.Raman says:

    Solar Power fastest car shown is an excellent feat. Congrats. to the team which worked on this.

  • Pat says:

    They first invest on university research and then they never implement this in the industry because they want vehicles to depend on oil

    just like the electric car by general motors

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