Xenith solar car Claimed as Fastest Solar Car

Sunday, August 21, 2011

A solar-powered car creation of Stanford students mobol claimed as the world's fastest solar-powered. The car is called Xenith this event last year participated in the World Solar Challenge, in which a solar powered car must travel a distance of no less than 3,000 miles.

No clear information on how fast a car can drive. But there are several parties who claim that Xenith can drive with an average speed of up to 60 mph.

This car has 26 solar panels are each composed of solar cells with very high efficiency. With that much power source, the creator of this car hoping they can participate again in the World Solar Challenge, held this October.


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