Spirit of Innovation aircraft smashes electric vehicle speed record

James Murray
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Rolls-Royce confirms all-electric aircraft has reached speeds of over 555km/h

Electric aircraft are not just taking to the skies, they are smashing records too. With the nascent zero emission aviation sector continuing to defy decades of engineering predictions through a wave of...

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