Race of Solar Energy Powered Family Car
Future of travel going to change with every new technology and use of renewable energy like solar energy that is free to anyone used to run the solar powered car in Australia. In Australia yearly car racing going on their many racers comes with solar energy powered car.
A dutch family or a saloon that turn beem it feat to showdown their car running on the competition. A futuristic Dutch family car not only use solar energy also supply energy back to the grid was hailed by future .
The World Solar Challenge, first run in 1987 and last held in 2015, began in a high-tech, futuristic flurry from Darwin’s State Square. Dutch team Nuon is aiming to defend its title but Belgium’s Punch Powertrain led the 41 cars — powered by the sun and mostly developed by universities or corporations — off on the punishing journey south to Adelaide after a surprise win in Saturday’s time trial.
A car named from a dutch family who won the World Solar Challenge race for the third-straight time, Nuna 9 who crossed the finish line after traveled at the average speed of 81.2 km per hour and another car Stella who carried five people at the average speed of 69 kmph. Its a really a future car beat up the competition and made for the future .
The innovative bi-annual contest, first run in 1987, began in Darwin a week ago with 41 vehicles setting off on a 3,000-kilometre (1,860-mile) trip through the heart of Australia to Adelaide.
These incredible solar powered car have been designed according to future commercial market . That bridge the gap between the high end technology and everyday driving practically .
In the Australian Championship many challenger class and a cruiser class participated. This year Dutch family car powered by solar energy crowned in the championship thanks to its design, practicality, and Innovation with everyday use in mind, this is hailed by futurism a future family transport. Built for speed and built with solar energy .
According to Green Car Congress, the car, called the “Stella Vie,” was able to transport up to five people (an average of 3.4 people per kilometer traveled) using only 48 kWh of electricity. Most of the electricity used was generated on the course.
Task During the Race
What task during the race of solar-powered car? Team is allowed to store a small amount of energy but the majority of their power will restore directly from the sun and the vehicle uses the kinetic force to run. Crews are allowed to drive between 8am and 5 pm each day and simply set up camp in the way of trip and end of the day .
The first car who crosses the line in Adelaide is the winner. In the total championship round, there are seven checkpoints along the route where drivers can get updates on their standing, the basic maintenance and adjusting the pressure of the tyre, regular maintenance will do during. After stay out of road .