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Biomega Electric Car

Danish bicycle brand Biomega has announced that it will be launching an electric vehicle - the Sin crossover utility vehicle. Due to go into production between 2021 and 2023, the minimalist car strips itself of everything unnecessary, resulting in a car body that literally looks and feels like a chassis. Built using state-of-the-art lightweight composites, including a world-first use of modular carbon fiber, the four-wheeled electric vehicle is an affordable and sustainable solution to modern urban mobility. It features four independent engines, four doors and four seats giving passengers ample leg-room, and a virtually panoramic view thanks to the maximized windscreen that stretches all the way across the top to the back. Inside, its design has been reduced as far as possible in accordance with the less-is-more principles of Scandinavian design. There is a rectangular steering wheel, a tablet-like display, and mesh seats for the driver and three passengers. And not much else. The entire car weighs a mere 950 kilograms (2,094 lb), has a top speed of 130 km/h (80 mph), and comes with a very generous maximum range of 160km (100miles), enough to cover a city from end to end twice. watch the video below



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