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January 19, 2011

University of New South Wales Sunswift Solar Car Breaks Speed Record

at 5:53 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks, Insane Equipment


Congratulations to the University of New South Wales Sunswift Solar Car team. They have broken the record for fastest solar powered vehicle with a speed of 88 km/h.

Via: Eco Friend and Gizmag

“UNSW’s Sunswift team has broken a long-standing land speed record for solar vehicles, with a Guinness-verified top speed of 88 km/h. Project manager Daniel Friedman takes us through the record attempt, which involved a team of UNSW students across several faculties.”


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One Response to “University of New South Wales Sunswift Solar Car Breaks Speed Record”

  1. Mindhacker Says:

    Just to clear this up, this for solar-only operation with no batteries allowed, not even to smooth the current out.

    Solar race cars break 90km/h *averages* all the time, even in 2005 they were limiting themselves to 105km/h.


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