A car equipped with solar panels is expected to travel about 620 kilometers without stopping.
The Dutch company Lightyear has announced that this fall it will start producing the world’s first car equipped with solar panels.
The company says the car will be able to travel about 620 kilometers without stopping and can continue to travel up to 70 km plus per day thanks to the energy collected by the solar panels.
Charging the car battery through solar panels enables supply even for long trips. But it also means that drivers will spend even less time at charging points – or may not need them at all.