Aptera Motors has debuted a new solar electric vehicle (sEV) created to supply a range of up to 1600km per full charge, while needing no charging for daily usage.
San Diego’s Aptera gives us groundbreaking performance in their new sEV by achieving lightweight structures, low-drag aerodynamics and cooling, material technology, and manufacturing procedures.
Aptera’s ‘Never Charge technology’ is a part of each car, geared toward harvesting sufficient sunshine to travel more than 11,000 miles annually in most areas. The light composites that constitute the Aptera’s body are stronger than steel, permitting the car’s exquisite shape to run with a drag coefficient (Cd) of .13.
Aptera’s Never Charge technology is impelled by solar power. The built-in solar array keeps the battery pack topped off and ready to go, according to co-founder Chris Anthony.
With 180 efficient solar cells instilled in the car’s body, the car can supply up to 80 km miles of range daily. This renders Aptera the inaugural vehicle capable of fulfilling daily driving requirements through the force of the sun.
Liquid-cooled electric motors drive Aptera from 0-100 km in as quickly as 3.5 seconds with a maximum speed of 170 km/h. All-wheel drive and vectorised torque control make Aptera comfortable, stable, and reliable in bad weather.
Adjustable settings installed in Aptera’s user interface update drivers with ways they can save energy and broaden their range—clearing their path for the ultimate ride.
Source: Architecture and Design.Com. Au