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Fastest Green Machines

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The Buckeye Bullet holds the distinction of being the world's fastest electric car. It holds the U.S. Land speed record at 508.485 km/h (314.958 mph), and has a top recorded speed of 517.942 km/h (321.834 mph). It also holds the International record at 437.318 km/h (271.737 mph), set October 3, 2004. The car was designed and built by engineering students at The Ohio State University at the university's Center for Automotive Research (CAR).

The Buckeye Bullet holds the distinction of being the world's fastest electric car. It holds the U.S. Land speed record at 508.485 km/h (314.958 mph), and has a top recorded speed of 517.942 km/h (321.834 mph). It also holds the International record at 437.318 km/h (271.737 mph), set October 3, 2004. The car was designed and built by engineering students at The Ohio State University at the university's Center for Automotive Research (CAR).
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