Solar panel car article A solar panel powered car that works when it’s being used as advertised.
The car can be parked anywhere and charges up the battery in a matter of minutes.
It can also be mounted anywhere and can charge its own battery in less than 15 minutes.
And it can go from 0 to 100km/h in 2.5 seconds.
Its a brilliant idea and the Australian solar panel company, Solar Car, is hoping the car will make its debut in Australia next month.
“It’s a pretty cool idea and I think it’s going to be a really big hit in Australia,” Solar Car chief executive, James Rolfe, told ABC Radio Melbourne.
Solar Car CEO James Ralfe says it’s possible to make solar panels that can go up to 100 kilometres an hour in just 2.2 seconds.
“This is going to give people the confidence to drive, it’s not going to make you a rich man, it will make you wealthy,” he said.
The first Solar Car prototype was rolled out last year in Perth.
The company’s Australian operations are based in Brisbane.
The prototype is powered by two batteries.
The car will be able to run for up to 20 hours on a single charge.
Its got two battery packs that can charge up to eight cars at a time.
One pack can charge it’s own battery.
It can go about 20 kilometres per hour.
The second pack is a new battery pack that can recharge the car at a rate of up to 10 kilometres per charge.
It’s designed to be able be stored and used again for up and again.
Rolfe said the car can go anywhere.
It was powered by batteries and the first prototype was powered from batteries.
“It was like a little Tesla Model S, but it’s a Tesla,” he explained.
“Its got a battery pack, its got a charger, its batteries are connected together and its a really cool idea.”
Rolfes is hoping to see Solar Car’s solar panels be on display in Australia in the next month or so.
“We’re planning on it being in Australia for a little while and we’ll probably have some other things coming up in the coming months and years,” he added.
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