The car is the ultimate city-mobile with a minimal aesthetic (and we mean minimal). It features four stripped back seats and lightweight materials throughout. It barely has doors — where a traditional door would be is glass. The roof is a continuation of the front windshield. The inside of the car is pretty much bare with a flat floor.
Here’s a look at the vehicle.
With a lighter car, the battery range is supposed to improve since less power is consumed to move it. The concept car’s battery weighs 440 pounds. For comparison, a Tesla Model 3 battery weighs more than 1,000 pounds.
It’s an open-wheel car, meaning the wheels sit outside the main body of the car and not under it. Its top speed is 80 miles per hour, so this isn’t a speed machine. It’s intended for congested, busy, urban areas — not long commutes or cross-country trips. Its expected range is about 100 miles.
The driver seat includes a steering wheel that looks like bicycle handlebars. An iPad-like screen situated just right of the wheel controls the vehicle — very reminiscent of the Tesla Model 3 interior design.
Biomega says the minimalist vehicle will sell for $20,000 Euros or just about $23,000 — significantly less than any Tesla.
Usually, auto companies take their tech and apply it to the e-bike format, like GM, Ford, and Yamaha, but Biomega is bucking this trend. It’s definitely not an e-bicycle, but it doesn’t look like your traditional car, either.
Honestly, it looks something like this Screecher Pedalcycle — a four-wheel solar-electric bike/EV contraption, which is even more bare-bones than the SIN.
The SIN car is expected to be available between 2021 and 2023.
Read more: https://mashable.com/article/sin-electric-concept-car-biomega/