The Coffee car averaged 65 mph during its world record attempt earlier this month
The Coffee Car team modified an old Rover SD1 to run on coffee grounds using gasification
Martin Bacon and his team of Teesdale Conservation Vounteers from Durham, England, must have drank copious amounts of coffee when developing this project. It was definitely a sacrifice worth making though. Their aptly named Coffee Car rose to the challenge and broke the world land speed record for cars powered by organic waste, hitting an average speed of 66.5 mph over two runs on September 14.
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