American company Aptera has announced the launch of a fully solar-powered three-wheeler. The first batch of which is expected to go on sale within a day.
BIG NEWS! Preorders for the limited edition Paradigm and Paradigm+ models have officially SOLD OUT in less than 24 hours. Cheers to those who made our launch such an amazing success.
— Aptera Motors (@aptera_motors) December 5, 2020
It was priced at $ 26,000, which is approximately Rs. 48 lakhs. They point out that the three-wheeler’s flagship model can travel up to 1,600km on a single charge.
This flagship model is equipped with a 100kWh battery, while the other models use 25kwh and 65kwh batteries.
As mentioned earlier, this car can be plug-in charging, but the solar technology used in this car can get the power needed to drive about 40 miles a day.
A survey has revealed that the average American person travels about 46 km a day using a car. So the company points out that most consumers who buy this will never need to plug-in it.
The two-wheeler is designed to be as attractive as possible, with the technology and materials used to maximize driving range.
It is powered by a pair of liquid-cooled electric motors that accelerate the flagship to 60mph in 3.5 seconds and other models in 5.5 seconds.
It also has a 15-inch widescreen display that gives drivers the settings they need to make any changes to the vehicle, as well as data on the vehicle’s performance and driving range.
This is the only car that can cover a great distance of about 1,600km on a single charge, and no other electric vehicle on the market today has come close to that range.
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