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© Eco-Runner Team Delft
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© Eco-Runner Team Delft

Delft University has the world record back in its sights with latest Eco-Runner car

A team of engineers from Delft University of Technology, Netherlands have set out to reclaim their lost distance record for a hydrogen-powered vehicle on a single fill of hydrogen.

After losing the record to the Toyota Mirai in October 2021 with a distance of 1359.9km (845 miles), the team has ambitions of reaching 2000km (1242.7 miles) with the latest generation of its car.

Read more: Toyota Mirai achieves a new Guinness World Record for distance travelled on a single fill of hydrogen

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