Squad Mobility unveils Citroën Ami-rivalling Solar City Car

  Dutch start-up's new quadricycle features built-in solar panels Dutch start-up firm Squad Mobility hasunveiled its new Solar City Car, a smallCitroën Ami -rivalling quadricycle that can be charged up by the sun.  The electric quadricycle features built-in solar panels and is now available for preorder after three years of development work by Squad Mobility, a firm that was founded by Robert Hoevers and Chris Klok in 2019. They previously worked forLightyear, a firm developing a long-range solar car – but the Solar City Car is tasked with tackling short, inner-city journeys.  Due to go on sale next year and priced from €6250 (5290) excluding VAT in Europe, the Solar City Car is intended for both private and shared mobility use. There is no news yet on if it will be offered in the UK. The two-seater is two metres long, one-metre wide and 1.6 metres tall, and is powered by a pair of 2kW electric motors that power the rear wheels and give a top speed of 28mph. So expect to be able .. Full story on autocar.co.uk 

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