Reuters Airbus unveiled the world's first electric race plane at the Dubai Airshow on Sunday. The aircraft can reach speeds of up to 300 miles per hour and has a 220-pound lithium battery, which is under the fuselage of the plane and provides enough power for about five minutes of high-intensity racing. The plane is set to participate in Air Race E in 2020, a pioneering electric air race that will see eight teams racing around a 3-mile oval...

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