The tenth solar car built by a TU Delft students team – called the NunaX – wants to use the wind as well as the sun to race through Australia as fast as possible. The latest version of the seven-time winner of the World Solar Challenge was presented today in Amsterdam. The tenth car from Delft is not only lighter and more efficient, but it is also built in such a way that the wind provides extra speed. In October, the students hope to win the world title for the eighth time during the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge in Australia with their NunaX.
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