Some gearheads of our acquaintance are wary of EVs and fuel cells, worried that they'll provide the service of driving without any of the fun. But late last week, a team of engineering students from Ohio State University took their hydrogen fuel cell vehicle to the Bonneville Salt Flats and averaged 300.992 mph over the run. (Top speed: a whopping 304 mph.) Even better: it's the second vehicle the team has designed that's been able to break the 300 mph mark -- the first being a standard EV. All of which should sound dangerous and badass enough to get those gearhead pals off our backs. [Gas2.0]
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