Amazing Wind Powered Car

Now you need to Forget electrics and hybrids, the future of sustainable cars might just be in the wind. Two people recently set a number of of world records as they travelled across Australia in a wind-powered car.

The car, fittingly called the Wind Explorer, is powered by a combination of turbines and kites, that provide energy for a 8 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The car itself weights just 441 pounds and is made of a lightweight carbon fiber. The cross-continent trip, which lasted 18 days and spanned over 3,000 miles, was both the first time a wind-powered car has crossed a continent and the longest trip ever for such a vehicle.
It wasn’t all easy though. The duo, which was consisted of an Australian TV personality and a German engineer, encountered several flat tires along the way and even blew two engines

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