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What’s The Latest Environmentally Friendly Car Option?

The new advanced solar electric vehicle from Aptera Motors seeks to bring drivers into the future. This car just so happens to be the first of its kind being powered by solar energy via pairing liquid-cooled electric motors featuring solar panels integrated into the design providing up to 1,000 miles on a single charge.

 

Aptera Motors argues that its care needs “no charging for most drivers” due to the fact that the car can bring up to 45 miles per day running only off the solar power component. The reason being its 3 sq meters of solar panels that is molded by 180 separate solar cells built into the car’s bodywork.

Efficiency is central to the car’s body design. The car is made from only 4 main pieces (which decreases construction time and raises up the level of cost efficiency) and only has 3 wheels. The car also has a low drag coefficient of .13, which allows it to slip through the air, resulting in a greater increase to the car’s range. This all culminates in the creation of a car that can go from 0-60MPH in 3.5 seconds and can reach speeds of up to 110MPH. The car can also come quipped with all-wheel drive, as well as vectorized torque control that allows for greater control, stability, comfort and grater handling capabilities in a wide range of testing environments.

 

The Special-Edition Paradigm and Paradigm+ from Aptera Motors, offered in ranges of 250, 400, 600 or 1,000 miles in packages of both AWD & FWD can be reserved on the Aptera Motors Site now for only $100 USD. The car prices range between $25,900 USD & $46,900 USD based on the model you choose.

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