Danish bicycle manufacturer released electric carNovember 8, 2018
Danish bicycle manufacturer Biomega presented its first automobile development – the concept electric car SIN. The premiere was held at a special event in Shanghai.
The name of the electric vehicle is derived from the city-state of Singapore. The company Biomega calls all its bikes three-letter abbreviations of cities, from the appearance of which the designers drew inspiration when creating vehicles.
Biomega SIN received a carbon fiber-reinforced plastic body shell with aluminum diameters. The mass of the car was 950 kg, including a set of batteries for 20 kilowatt-hours, located in the bottom of the car.
The concept car is equipped with four independent electric motors located in each of the wheels. In total, units develop 82 hp and 160 Nm of torque. Biomega SIN is able to accelerate from zero to 100 km / h in 13 seconds, and its maximum speed is 130 km per hour.
The company assumes that such a car can be operated in busy big cities, as well as replenish car sharing services fleets. According to preliminary data, the first serial electric car will appear between 2021 and 2023 and will cost about 20 thousand euros.