Ohio students set EV speed record

August 25, 2010 § Leave a comment

A new land-speed record for electric vehicles has been set: Buckeye Bullet, developed by students from the Centre for Auto Research,  Ohio State University with help from Venturi, achieved an average 307.66mph in its runs – and reached 320mph at one point – on the Bonneville Salt Flats yesterday.

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