Electric car breaks 200 mph barrier to set new land speed record |

An electric car built by BYU engineering students has once again set a world land speed record, this time besting the previous mark by nearly 50 mph. About half the students who have worked on the streamliner program over the years have been manufacturing engineering technology majors, about 40 percent mechanical engineering majors, and the rest from various other disciplines, including electrical engineering. Many worked on the car as part of an annual capstone course, but most were unpaid volunteers.
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