The Solar Team of the Eindhoven University of Technology won the World Solar Challenge in Australia in the cruiser category. This is the fourth year in a row that the Eindhoven team won gold in this category for family solar-powered cars, the university announced on Twitter.
TU Twente students Solar Team Twente unveiled their new solar car The Red Shift, with which they hope to win the biennial World Solar Challenge in Australia this year. They believe that some improvements to their new, sleeker design will push them over the edge to first place, NOS reports.
Two years ago the students from Enschede came in second place, just barely losing against a team from Delft.
Solar Team Eindhoven won a prize in the World Solar Challenge in Australia. The Dutch solar car won in the cruiser class, where practicality is as important as speed.