Gallery: The SolarWorld GT Lands in the U.S. for the Next Leg of Its Wo...

Since leaving Darwin, Australia, last October, the solar-powered car covered Australia and New Zealand before being packed up and shipped across the Pacific Ocean where it docked on the West Coast after clocking up over 3,000 miles, a pretty incredible feat
 
Since leaving Darwin, Australia, last October, the solar-powered car covered Australia and New Zealand before being packed up and shipped across the Pacific Ocean where it docked on the West Coast after clocking up over 3,000 miles, a pretty incredible feat for a car running off the suns energy.

The SolarWorld GT has been on a world tour, and it finally reached the North American leg of its excursion, hitting the sparkling streets of the US just yesterday! The solar car was sent off on its cross-country jaunt at the Half Moon Bay in California with a plan to head east to meet Florida in 49 days. Since leaving Darwin, Australia, last October, the zero-emission, solar-powered beauty has clocked over 3,000 miles!

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