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Takashi Sudo, a student of Osaka Sangyo University, sits in a car powered by Panasonic's "Oxyride" AA dry cell batteries before a Guinness World Record attempt at a vehicle test centre in Shirosato town, northeast of Tokyo August 4, 2007. According to the organizers, the collaboration of Panasonic and Osaka Sangyo University has achieved the new record for the fastest car powered by dry cell batteries with the average speed of 105.95 km/h (65.8 mph) for 1 km (0.6 miles), using 192 AA dry cell batteries. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota

Takashi Sudo, a student of Osaka Sangyo University, sits in a car powered by Panasonic’s “Oxyride” AA dry cell batteries before a Guinness World Record attempt at a vehicle test centre in Shirosato town, northeast of Tokyo August 4, 2007. According to the organizers, the collaboration of Panasonic and Osaka Sangyo University has achieved the new record for the fastest car powered by dry cell batteries with the average speed of 105.95 km/h (65.8 mph) for 1 km (0.6 miles), using 192 AA dry cell batteries. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota

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