Nuna5 to Compete in World Solar Challenge

By: Rose Nazarali - Published:   Updated: Jul 6 2011 • References: & gizmag
The Nuna5 is a solar-powered racecar that is set to complete in the World Solar Competition.

Designed by Delft University, the Nuna5 is entirely powered by the suns rays and designed to navigate difficult terrain, such as the Australian Outback.

The racecar also comes with a battery that stores extra electric power.

If Delft University wins this year's World Solar Competition, it will land them their fifth trophy.

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