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Aptera has released an electric car that does not need recharging

Aptera has released an electric car that does not need recharging 1

The Aptera company, which was closed in 2011, suddenly made an announcement, presenting a novelty – a three-wheeled “solar” electric car that does not need to be recharged. According to company representatives, the new model, equipped with a 100 kWh battery, is capable of overpowering a mileage of 1600 km.

The presented electric car is designed to carry a driver, passenger and pet. It is powered by solar panels on the roof, which provide a daily mileage of up to 75 km.

According to the co-founder of Aptera Chris Anthony, the built-in battery provides constant recharging of the battery, which in turn guarantees up to 17,700 km of run throughout the year.

Aptera paradigm

The electric car is lightweight and has excellent aerodynamics with a drag coefficient of 0.13 (for comparison, the Tesla Model 3 has a 0.23, and the Volkswagen ID is 0.28). The front-wheel drive version accelerates to 100 km / h in 5.5 seconds, and the three-wheel all-wheel drive version takes 3.5 seconds.

Pre-orders for the Aptera Paradigm and Paradigm Plus models are now available at prices ranging from $ 25,900 to $ 46,000. Deliveries will begin next year.

Source: Car and Driver


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