Affinity was CUER's first vehicle. The team, led by Martin McBrien, built Affinity as a prototype based on a shape taken from MIT's Manta Elite solar car. Affinity became the UK's first road legal solar car, successfully driving from Land's End to John o'Groats as part of CUER's "End to End" tour in 2008.
Affinity at the World Premier of the Age of Stupid, Leicester Square
|Dimensions (LWH)||5 x 2 x 1 m|
|Cruising Speed||30 mph|
|Chassis||Tubular steel frame|
|Solar Array Size||9 m2|
|Solar Array Power||1kW|