APTERA MOTORS STARTS PRODUCTION OF ITS 1,000-MILE SOLAR ELECTRIC PARADIGM
The way we see it now, Tesla is currently being followed by Lucid Motors. In the meantime, Fisker has just partnered with Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd. (Foxconn) teamed up to obtain an undisclosed EV. With the imminent arrival of the Turbo S Cross Turismo, Porsche is enjoying a positive response and demand for its Taycan lineup. Aptera Motors, on the other hand, could soon be another competitor if it releases the paradigm.
The Paradigm will debut in late 2021 and is a three-wheel two-seater that brings a lot to the table. Instead of relying only on battery power, a solar-electric configuration is used. In fact, Aptera Motors claims their platform can beat each other EV out there with an insane range of 1,000 miles.
Unlike normal fully electric Powertrains draw electricity from sunlight when needed. In solar-only drive mode, the Paradigm can travel 46 miles in a day.
It appears that the Series A funding round for their Paradigm project is closing at $ 4 million. It doesn’t end with the fact that Aptera Motors also counts on the support of crowdfunders, investors and leading figures in the automotive industry.
To date, the group states that there are already more than 7,000 reservations for their emission-free machine. In addition to being a monster in terms of mileage, the paradigm also features an oddly attractive futuristic design.
Aptera Motors engineers manufacture the structure from four main parts. The safety system was inspired by Formula 1 technologies, while energy-absorbing composites and airbags are designed to ensure the safety of the driver and front passenger. We hope to hear and see more of the paradigm soon.
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