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Solar Powered Car Coming to Market

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  The Aptera Sol Solar/Electric 3-Wheel Car s                                                                                 Source:  Aptera Motors Future of Solar Driving About to Enter the Global Market The Aptera Sol solar/electric, 3 wheel car is close to entering the global automotive, zero emissions market.  It is expected to hit the road in late 2021 or early 2022.  The vehicle can operate on only power from the Sun.  It is super lightweight and highly efficient with an ultra futuristic design.  The San Diego based company, Aptera Motors, says the vehicle has a range of 1,000 miles.  For a normal, daily commute of 40 miles, the solar panel alone can provide most of the power to drive.  Aptera says the panels are designed to harvest enough sunlight to power over 11,000 miles a year in most regions. It is supplemented by electric charging to its battery.  It is a zero emissions, green vehicle on three wheels and it is the essence of breakthrough automotive innovation. Look Inside

Fascinating Solar Powered EV - Aptera

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  3-Wheeled Solar Powered Electric Car Source:  Aptera Aptera Also Floats on Water California startup Aptera Motor's solar powered electric vehicle - Aptera - is being called the world's most efficient vehicle.  The zero emissions car drives on three wheels and also floats on water.  The EV has an impressive range of 1,000 miles on a single charge and it is composed of green, biodegradable materials.  Aptera is a very green machine in the fight against climate change and it is going into production. Not Your Average EV Aptera can accelerate from 0 to 60 in less than three seconds.  It can float on water in the event of flooding.  It is not equipped to operate like a powerboat.  According to Aptera Motors, the 3 wheel design makes it the most efficient vehicle possible.  The 1,000 mile range is a result of the light weight of the EV and its aerodynamic design.  The exterior, composed of biodegradable materials, is strong and durable to protect in the event of an accident.  The i

Aptera, Solar EV & Most Efficient Vehicle

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  3-Wheeled Solar Powered Electric Car Source:  Aptera Aptera Also Floats on Water California startup Aptera Motor's solar powered electric vehicle - Aptera - is being called the world's most efficient vehicle.  The zero emissions car drives on three wheels and also floats on water.  The EV has an impressive range of 1,000 miles on a single charge and it is composed of green, biodegradable materials.  Aptera is a very green machine in the fight against climate change and it is going into production. Not Your Average EV Aptera can accelerate from 0 to 60 in less than three seconds.  It can float on water in the event of flooding.  It is not equipped to operate like a powerboat.  According to Aptera Motors, the 3 wheel design makes it the most efficient vehicle possible.  The 1,000 mile range is a result of the light weight of the EV and its aerodynamic design.  The exterior, composed of biodegradable materials, is strong and durable to protect in the event of an accident.  The i

New Solar Electric Vehicle To Drive

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  New EV Has Strong Funding Source:  Aptera Very Close to Production Aptera, the San Diego based electric vehicle maker, has landed $4 million in fresh funding to bankroll production of its 3 wheeled, solar electric EV by the end of 2021.  Aptera is a unique, sleek and highly efficient new form of personal mobility.  The electric vehicle seats two, operates on 3 wheels, can hit speeds of 110 mph and promises to be ultra efficient with a 1,000 mile range.  It already has netted 7,000 orders to buy it in just two months.  That adds up to $250 million in orders.  The company says it is driven by the power of the Sun and depending upon where you live and how much you drive, you may never have to give it a charge.  Bottom-line:  solar power alone can power the EV for 45 miles per day. Solar Panel Roof The Aptera is designed for energy efficiency. It has solar roof panels to pull in energy from the sun.  Depending on the size of the battery in the vehicle, you can get 1,000 miles of range on