If you never thought a fuel cell vehicle would go all that fast, think again. The Buckeye Bullet 2, which was built entirely by Ohio State University students, has broken the world record for fuel cell vehicles with a flying speed of 304mph!
Fueled by hydrogen and oxygen batteries and powered by a custom 700HP electric motor, the Buckeye Bullet 2 clocked an average speed of 300.992mph (its top recorded speed was 304 mph).
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