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Solar Car: These electric cars can fly without charging, have entered the market

Solar Power Car: You might have heard about solar powered cars but now they have come in the market and can travel a long way without charging. 

Solar Powered Electric Cars: Electric cars are the future of India and their demand is increasing rapidly, let us tell you that electric cars are being promoted rapidly in India. Charging infrastructure is very lacking in India, and this is the reason why electric cars are still less as compared to ordinary cars. Talking about foreign companies, they are finding a way to eliminate the charging system so that the electric car gets charged automatically. Today we are going to tell you about some electric cars equipped with this technology. Actually these are solar powered electric cars. So let’s know which are these cars and what is their specialty. 

Aptera Paradigm

Aptera Motors Corp. has launched a solar electric car named Aptera Paradigm in the market. Aptera Paradigm is powered by a battery ranging from 25.0 kWh to 100.0 kWh. This electric car can generate power from 134 bhp to 201 bhp in different models. It accelerates from zero to 100 kmph in just 3.5 seconds and reaches a top speed of 177 kmph easily. This is a three wheeler electric car. The car gets charged with sunlight as the body is fitted with solar panels. On a single charge, it can be driven up to 1000 miles or about 1,600 kilometers. 

Humble One

This is a powerful solar powered electric car, it has been developed by California based start-up company Humble Motors. The Humble One features a solar roof, electricity-generating side lights, peer-to-peer charging, regenerative braking and fold-out solar array wings for battery charging. With the help of all this, the battery of the SUV keeps on charging easily. Its design is very unique and it looks quite different from the regular cars. It has tremendous power to absorb the rays of the sun.

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