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Aptera shows how its “never charge” solar EV performs. Driving range of up to 1,000 miles. Ambitious performance targets: 0-60 mph in as little as 3.5 seconds, top speed of 110 mph. Pricing for the Aptera starts at $25,900, and the company has said that first production vehicles will be made in 2021



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9 thoughts on “Aptera shows how its “never charge” solar EV performs. Driving range of up to 1,000 miles. Ambitious performance targets: 0-60 mph in as little as 3.5 seconds, top speed of 110 mph. Pricing for the Aptera starts at $25,900, and the company has said that first production vehicles will be made in 2021”
  1. Apteras marketing strategy: hype hype hype hype hype hype hype hype hype hype hype hype hype hype hype

  2. I really want to believe in it this time. I really wanted to buy one of these a decade ago, and I still do. I sure hope they actually bring this to market.

  3. I have no doubt the light weight and 3 motors will help the car deliver good straightline acceleration, but the “moose test” results looked underwhelming. Without any actual numbers given regarding the speed the tests were performed, we can only gauge with our eyes, and to my eyes the speeds were quite slow, not to mention they only did half of the moose test, and did not do the swerve back to the original lane.

  4. Uh huh. We’ll see just how much the final product doesn’t live up to the hype.

  5. I hope a lot of people buy these. I won’t, but I’ll probably be driving my Leaf for years with its only-in-town remaining range.

  6. If I were in the market for an e-bike I’d consider this a fancier alternative. As a car? Hard pass.

  7. They’ve 3 m2 of solar cells. That’s less than 1 kW I’d guess.
    5 kWh a day max. 1,000 miles is 5 Wh per mile, or 200 miles per kWh. 40x better than electric cars. 3x more efficient than an e-bike.

    Me think it’s hyped…

  8. I will consider one as a second car but they need to consider how to make one with no doors at all and have it as a fun recreational vehicle instead of buying the standard 3 wheelers out there; like making an EV Slingshot

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