Buckeye Bullet 2 holds record for the first hydrogen vehicle to break 300 MPH
Science and engineering students have the most fun these days what with all sorts of insane, crazy and intelligent alternative ideas and products they come up with to save mother earth. One team of engineering students from Ohio State University kissed the wind at 300 mph recently with their hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicle called – the Buckeye Bullet 2. It averaged 300.992 MPH, with a top recorded speed of 304 MPH, following in the footsteps of its predecessor, Buckeye Bullet, which was the first electric vehicle to break the 300 MPH barrier. This vehicle’s engine boasts 700 horse power fed by hydrogen fuel cells. The vehicle is a front-wheel drive. Inspiring model and excellent team. They are only now waiting for this to go official soon.Guess Jesse James is going to be shattered.