SION. A Solarcar for everyone.

SION. A Solarcar for everyone.

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The SION is an innovative electric car with integrated solar cells in the body, a range of 250km and a price of less than € 16,000.
30 free kilometers per day are possible with electricity generated by the sun. The stored energy can be used through bidirectional charging for all common electronic devices. SION is a family friendly vehicle, thanks to 6 seats and optional trailer coupling.
In Short: A self-charging electric car for infinite, sustainable driving.

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39 thoughts on “SION. A Solarcar for everyone.”

  1. super Sache Jungs, wenn euer Ding nicht so hässlich aussehen würde… interessiert bin ich trotsdem… und was noch nicht ist, kann ja noch werden :D

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  2. I don't want to sound too pessimistic, but this looks very much like a large scale scam!

    First of all there doesn't seem to be any prototypes. Their Facebook page shows a 1st gen Renault Twingo being converted to electricity and that's about it.

    Furthermore where would the investment come from? And I'm not talking about those poor backers, who have decided to be foolish about their money. I'm talking about the real investment that would be required for prototype built, series production, and homologation?

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  3. I would like to make a pledge to secure a test drive and purchase…. but I want to know if you are planning to make this road worthy for Hong Kong? And I want AC with the car… if that's part of the plan too?

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  4. Cool project. Although I doubt you can develop it in France unfortunatly. The government makes too much money on taxes on oil. And many politics are corrupted so they they will let big oil companies block this kind of projects in a way or another. That's why electric vehicles don't work in France and I guess in many other countries. Be careful not to get killed, either your company or even yourself by oil company mafia. Good luck. I really wish it could work.

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  5. This is a very good initiative. I hope that your project will come to good fruition. The concept sound really interesting and workable.

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  6. Great project, congrats! And I have a question, how do you deal with the overheating of the cells? I live in the north Mexico and here we have a lot of sunshine hour but we have high temperatures during summer (38°C or even more).

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  7. Do you believe a dog toy (well protected, made w hard plastic ball) could be made to roll a ball? Problem w all alleged self-propelled K9 toys, they use heavy batteries. These generally are in fragile toys & if a K9 destroys the components, they can end up chewing on batteries…not great K9 diet! . I'm thinking of an outdoor toy with a type of gyroscopic action ball, encased in a LARGER lightweight but hard plastic or rubber ball which would roll independently of human or K9 touch. DON'T know much about solar Or even electrical theory. But I DO know, K9 behavior & how keep the dog's mind exercised & to maximize K9 intellect. Most is done with human interaction but can also improve with creative toys…when humans get lazy.. Dogs will often stare or bark at their toys to respond w/o human touch; they believe (I observe) inanimate objects can respond or have reciprocal action. Therefore, do you think a solar device could power a ball inside another more durable ball or perhaps a gyroscope inside a ball, at least 10" in diameter could work? Maybe some type of device to power a toy but with enough power & protection of the solar cell(s)? There's NOTHING on the market as yet; I've done years of extensive searching. Thanks for this clip. It's brilliant.

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  8. Do you think that I could make the car out of solar powered garden lights? It is for a science project at school. Thank you for your time.

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