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The La Jamais Contente Land Speed Rekord Car OW is a historic land speed record car first driven in 1899 by the French driver Camille Jenatzy. The car was a pioneering example of the use of electric powertrain technology in a purpose-built race car. The record setting achievement of the car was 79.37mph, a record that would stand for more than a decade. The body of the car was of a bullet shaped design, made from an aluminium alloy, with a length of 1,815 mm and a width of 840 mm. It was designed with a lowered chassis to reduce aerodynamic drag and allowed the driver to sit at the exact center of the car. Power came from a combination of two electric motors, each rated for 12hp, connected in series. The car was gearedup with a two speed transmission, capable of reaching 55 mph on its highest gear. The La Jamais Contente Land Speed Rekord Car OW was a technical marvel for its time and is still remembered today as a symbol of progress. It remains a symbol of the emergence of the automotive age and its ability to examine the limits on speed. Its streamlined shape, two electric motors, and two speed transmission were instrumental in pushing the boundaries of speed and performance for a car of its time.

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