The fastest car in the world powered by Panasonic batteries

Panasonic batteries to power the fastest car in the world.
A car powered by Panasonic's "Oxyride" AA dry cell batteries runs during a Guinness World Record attempt at a vehicle test centre in Shirosato town, northeast of Tokyo August 4, 2007. According to the organisers, the collaboration of Panasonic and Osaka Sangyo University has achieved the new record for the fastest car powered by dry cell batteries with the average speed of 105.95 km/h (65.8 mph) for 1 km (0.6 miles), using 192 AA dry cell batteries. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN) - RTR1SI14

Panasonic batteries to power the fastest car in the world.

Last week-end, during the Oxyride Speed Challenge, a new world record (Guinness Book) has been attained for the fastest car in the world powered by 192 Panasonic batteries! The mini car reached an impressive 122km/h and had an overall speed of 105.95 km/h!

Size of the vehicle: 330x78x56cm, Weight: 38kg.

 

  • Its a nice car and the speed and the size are also impressive

  • Max

    test car in the world powered by Panasonic batteries | Internet Vibes is a quite interesting post but quite difficult to understand for me –

  • Max

    I don’t mean to be too in your face, but I’m not sure I agree with this. Anyhow, thanks for sharing and I think I’ll come to this blog more often.

  • tahnks

  • hello

    its goodish

  • matt

    Battery power? that will never catch on if you can hardly get past 30mph. global warming is a lie, so what is the point?

  • I like the model of the car, it’s like capsule vehicle

  • Phil

    that is the shittest car i ever saw….