Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Announcing the introduction of a solar powered vehicle

CALIFORNIA: People around the world are avoiding buying electric vehicles due to frequent charging, but the frustration is about to end soon.

Aptra Motors has announced a solar-powered vehicle, the Aptra Launch Edition, which can be driven up to 64 kilometers per day without charging.

The vehicle, which will go on sale by the end of this year, will be equipped with 34 square feet of solar panels that will be able to charge up to 700 watts of electricity while running.
According to Aptra Motors, the owners of these vehicles will be able to drive these vehicles for several weeks or months without taking them to charging stations.

The company says that in places with more sunlight (areas where the sun will rise more) drivers will never need to charge their cars.

This three-wheeler from Aptra is made up of six lightweight components. These parts are made by combining carbon fiber and fiberglass. Expertly integrated, these components reduce the resistance the vehicle faces while improving its performance. For this reason, this vehicle consumes a quarter of the energy compared to other electric vehicles.

The launch edition will be equipped with a 42 kWh battery that will be able to run for a range of 640 km. This limit will be increased to 1600 km in future versions.

This future car will be available for 33 thousand 200 dollars.

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