7 All-New & Disruptive Electric Cars in 2020, 2021 by Startups

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00:00 ● Intro - Teslar Cybertruck

Teslar-Cybertruck


00:23 ● 1. The Lightyear One - Partly Solar Powered Car

The Lightyear One - Partly Solar Powered Car

A year of change, growth and progress since the unveiling of Lightyear One. Building the future and bringing about clean mobility for everyone, everywhere, we will deliver the change the world needs.


02:24 ● 2. Sono Motors Unveils Solar and Battery-Powered Electric Car

Sono Motors - Solar and Battery-Powered Electric Car

German electric car start-up Sono Motors has revealed the crowd-funded prototype of its battery and solar-powered vehicle ‘Sion’.

One of the selling points of the design is its lightweight structure, which means it requires less solar power to propel it further. additional features include a 10-inch center touchscreen.


03:46 ● 3. eBussy Modular Electric Van a Microbus for an Urban Future

eBussy Modular Electric Van a Microbus for an Urban Future

The Volkswagen ID Buzz concept hints that the classic Microbus is going to get bigger. For those who think that's the wrong direction, there's the eBussy, a modular electric van that also originates in Germany.

The company behind it, Electric Brands, started out making electric scooters, and is now hoping to move into four-wheeled vehicles.

 With its tiny proportions and retro-cute styling, the eBussy looks like the midpoint between a Japanese Kei car, the Honda E, and the original Volkswagen Type 2 Microbus. The name, however, incorporates a well-known slang term, giving it connotations Electric Brands' marketing department likely didn't intend.

While it hasn't started production yet—and it appears that what has been teased so far are all or mostly renderings—Electric Brands has promised 10 body styles, some, such as a pickup truck and passenger van, echoing the VW Type 2.



05:22 ● 4. World's First Mass-Producible 3D-Printed Electric Car

Award winning 3D printer filament manufacturer Polymaker has partnered with Italian car manufacturer XEV to make 3D printed low-speed electric vehicles (LSEVs)

Award winning 3D printer filament manufacturer Polymaker has partnered with Italian car manufacturer XEV to make 3D printed low-speed electric vehicles (LSEVs).

While XEV’s LSEVs aren’t the first ever 3D printed cars, the partners believe that this is the first example of additive manufacturing vehicles at scale. Stanley Lu, CEO of XEV, provided 3D Printing Industry with more information on the Polymaker partnership and its success in developing a serial 3D printing production line cutting down the time and boosting customization


09:21● 5. Canoo - World's First Subscription-Only Electric Vehicle

Canoo - World's First Subscription-Only Electric Vehicle

LA-based startup Canoo wants to change the way cars are built, sold and used, with its subscription-only electric vehicle. 

The Canoo‘s pod-like design sits atop a proprietary ‘skateboard’ architecture, that directly houses the batteries and electric drivetrain in a slim platform, leaving space for passengers and cargo. it seats up to seven with those in the rear cabin arranged in a U-shape, echoing the lounge-like design being featured in cars recently.

As for range, the company’s first car has approximately 250 miles and can reach 80% charge in less than 30 minutes. 


10:45 ● 6. Biomega's First Electric Urban Car

 Danish bicycle company Biomega has designed an electric car. the SIN – named by the firm for the ‘contemporary urban sprawl of Singapore’ – is a carbon-fiber EV designed primarily for urban transport.

Biomega's First Electric Urban Car

πŸ‘‰•  https://www.dezeen.com/2018/11/23/biomega-electric-car-sin-design-technology/

πŸ‘‰•  https://www.designboom.com/technology/biomega-electric-car-sin-11-08-2018/

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11:16 ● 7. Uniti One Electric City Car

Uniti One Electric City Car

Sweden's Uniti Short-Range City EV Successfully Navigates Crowd-funding Route. The One is promised to roll for 300 km (186 mi) before needing a recharge of its relatively small 22 kWh battery.


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