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Aptera Motors Unveiled Its New Gamma Development Model At Fully Charged Live

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Aptera Motors sheds light on its newest development model.

With the mission of “creating the most efficient transportation on the planet,” Aptera Motors has set out to develop a solar electric vehicle with three wheels and lots of innovation. At this point, the brand already has tens of thousands of reservations from people all over the world who are excited for a solar-powered car to be theirs, and the brand has made a big step towards making that happen, by introducing the Gamma development model at Fully Charged LIVE 2022. With an incredibly interesting teardrop design, butterfly doors, and three wheels, the car doesn’t just capture attention on paper, but it has incredible features that set it apart, as well.

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The doors and trunk lid of the vehicle open through knocking on the car, and better yet, the full range of the car is said to be 1,000 miles, with the help of charging coming from solar panels mounted across the exterior. Its unorthodox design helps it achieve a low drag coefficient and incredibly high range, and with solar technology, Aptera says that for many drivers, you might not even have to charge the vehicle for your daily commute. All-wheel drive, torque vectoring, and a revolutionarily low weight among electric vehicles make the Aptera capable, practical, and flexible to a variety of situations, and now that the Gamma model has been revealed, it’s one step closer to being real.

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