The first car ever created will be able to move within cities on sunny days without requiring electricity to recharge.
The world’s first solar city car was unveiled by Dutch startup Squad Mobility at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The Squad car just requires sunlight to move and can go without diesel, gasoline, or power. Furthermore, this car includes an electric battery that allows for up to 62 miles of range on a single charge.
The solar panels attached on the roof, which can also recharge the battery of the car while driving during the day, are its main feature.
The manufacturer claims that this vehicle can travel up to 20 kilometres in direct sunlight.