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Nuna5: Solar Powered Race Car

Aiming to have their fifth trophy in the World Solar Challenge, students from Delft University just recently unveiled their sleek and futuristic solar-powered racing vehicle, the Nuna5. This vehicle in solely powered by the sun through its six square meters of solar panels wherein the excess collected energy is stored in a battery. This racing vehicle is also designed intentionally to cross the world’s most difficult terrains, the Australian outback and the student designers f the Nuna5 are very positive that it can. The challenge will be held on October 25, let us all wait and see if Nuna5 will provide the fifth trophy of the student designers.




Source: Delft University via Inhabitat


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1 thought on “Nuna5: Solar Powered Race Car”

  1. How much did it cost you to make, and much would it cost for someone to buy one like this for everyday use?

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