Duke Electric Vehicles Team Breaks Guinness World Record for Fuel Efficiency

Duke Electric Vehicles Team Breaks Guinness World Record for Fuel Efficiency


What if a car could drive anywhere on Earth on the equivalent of one gallon of gas? That’s 14,500 miles per gallon. Students on the Duke Electric Vehicles Team
at the Pratt School of Engineering have built that car, powered by a hydrogen fuel cell. They call him Maxwell. And guess what? Maxwell and the students just broke the Guinness
World Record for most fuel-efficient vehicle. That’s outrageous ambition. That’s teamwork. That’s knowledge in action. That’s fueling the future. That’s energy at Duke.

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