The Morning Edition - K-W | Apr 28, 2014 | 6:00

University of Waterloo's solar-powered 'sedan'

After 25 years of racing space-age, solar-powered cars, students at the University of Waterloo decided to build something more family-friendly. Team memeber, Kamal Rai, explains why his team is building the sedan of solar powered cars.

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