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A German company called Electric Brands shared a concept car called the eBussy that would use a modular design to offer a range of passenger and cargo-carrying versions.

It also looks very similar to the classic VW Bus. The chassis is reportedly around 12 feet long and could offer 10 kWh to 30 kWh batteries.




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It looks a lot like Canoo (www.canoo.com) It will be a subscription only car but for now just vaporware (although they did have one on Jay Leno's Garage so at least it is not CGI only).

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10 kWh to 30 kWh batteries, and integrated solar, huh?
I think we've seen this all before, and it went nowhere.
I feel so cynical now, but not guilty. :devilish:
 

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The Fisker Ocean's solar roof can get up to 1,000 miles a year under California skies. :rolleyes:
 

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The Fisker Ocean's solar roof can get up to 1,000 miles a year under California skies. :rolleyes:
If your commute is 1陆 mile each way, you will never need to charge the car! (Just don't drive anywhere else)

The Karma Revero solar roof produces 200 w (assuming you can even get 200 w out of it, that will only take 105 hours to fill up its 21 kWh battery). Even more impressive, that 21 kWh battery is good for a whopping 50 miles! An amazing 420 watts/mile (and honestly, I test drove the car a few years ago and couldn't get it under 500 watts/mi).
 
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