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World’s First-Ever Solar-Powered Car That Never Needs Charging


World’s First-Ever Solar-Powered Car That Never Needs Charging

Driven by the power of the sun!

The future of the automobile is beyond the sky. Just recently, an automotive company Aptera unveiled the launch of a solar-powered car, and it’s, of course, the first-ever. With a range of 1000 miles on a full battery, the Aptera car is powered by a combination of electric and solar energy, which the company refers to as Never Charge Technology. 

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The futuristic-styled vehicle is designed with lightweight materials to provide low-dray aerodynamics and cooling. Accordingly, the solar-powered car comprises an integrated solar package that provides over 40 miles of free driving per day. Regarded as the first vehicle that won’t need to fuel up for most daily driving, it’s believed to surpass the Tesla Model S’s 370 miles of range. 

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‘With Aptera’s Never Charge Technology, you are driven by the power of the sun. Our built-in-solar array keeps your battery pack topped off and anywhere you want to go. You go.’ Chris Anthony, a Co-Founder, said. While the vehicle can go from Zero to 60miles per hour in just 3.5 seconds with a top speed of 110mph, Aptera was readily available for pre-order on December 4, and its price started at $25,900 up to $46,9000. 

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’40 miles doesn’t sound like a lot, but it’s the equivalent of parking your car and having it magically fill up with two gallons of gas overnight. So the fact that you can park it at work or wherever and go back to it with more energy in the tank than when you left it to have it charge itself without having to pay a dime to drive it every day. That’s the kind of freedom I think a lot of people would love. Co-Founder Steve Fambro told the Independent.

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Nevertheless, the car measuring 4.4 meters long, 2.2 meters wide, and 1.4 meters high can comfortably accommodate two adults and a pet. Interestingly, the company does have a calculator on its website to enable people to enter their location and the number of miles they will drive to determine how many times they would need to charge up the car

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