The Buckeye Bullet 2.5, showed at the electric’s Museum auto in Kingman, Arizona, ELECTRIC VEHICLE ROUTE 66 MUSEUM, came to more than 510 km/h in 2009.
To any individual who still questions the capability of this new – and extremely old – innovation, the Buckeye Bullet Streamliner 2.5-electric can change the thought of showing the force transport batteries. The Streamliner was inherent 2009 by understudies at Ohio State University. He recorded two universal records, affirmed by the FIA (Federation Internationale de l’Automobile) in 2010; the one mile record 307.666 mph (495.140 km/h) and a kilometer record 307.905 mph (495.526 km/h, with the goal that today remains the world’s speediest global regulations on electric car. In generally speaking, the auto has a top velocity of more than 510 km/h.
Electric Vehicle fastest electric car in Route 66 Museum.