New rail-bound vehicle by Swedish students breaks world record for energy efficiency

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Sweden-based University of Dalarna has recently announced an important achievement that could revolutionize the transport industry. Students at the university have designed an innovative rail-bound vehicle that has in fact set a new world record when it comes to energy efficiency. What is more, the design was awarded the first prize at the Delsbo Electric competition.

Unlike similar rail-bound vehicles, the Eximus 1 runs on far less energy of around 0.84 Wh for one person per kilometer. In other words, the vehicle uses approximately 0.84 milliliters of fuel to carry a person over a distance of 10 kilometers. This, according to the developers, is significantly lower than the previous world record, which was nearly 1.26 Wh of energy consumption per person per kilometer.

To learn more about the Eximus 1, watch the following video:

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Via: Inhabitat

 

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New rail-bound vehicle by Swedish students breaks world record for energy efficiency

Sweden-based University of Dalarna has recently announced an important achievement that could revolutionize the transport industry. Students at the university have designed an innovative rail-bound vehicle that has in fact set a new world record when it comes to energy efficiency. What is more, the design was awarded the first prize at the Delsbo Electric competition.

Unlike similar rail-bound vehicles, the Eximus 1 runs on far less energy of around 0.84 Wh for one person per kilometer. In other words, the vehicle uses approximately 0.84 milliliters of fuel to carry a person over a distance of 10 kilometers. This, according to the developers, is significantly lower than the previous world record, which was nearly 1.26 Wh of energy consumption per person per kilometer.

To learn more about the Eximus 1, watch the following video:

New Rail-Bound Vehicle Breaks World Record For Energy Efficiency-2

New Rail-Bound Vehicle Breaks World Record For Energy Efficiency-3

Via: Inhabitat

 

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