QBEAK electric car, solar energy powered

The Danish electric car is already a reality. The Danish company ECOmove show QBEAK, a new electric car, an electric vehicle powered by both solar energy and bio-ethanol, and currently is preparing for the end of the year the market with traditional battery, and a charged by plug.

The design features an amazingly roomy, with sliding doors and a large interior. It presents a very respectable autonomy, and an electrical system powered by solar cells. An urban electric vehicle that has a number of features that can be used to put in a great position within its power segment.

One such property is that presents a great habitability, with dimensions of 3 meters long and 1.76 meters high. It can accommodate up to six seats, and mechanical elements are mounted under the floor of the carrier. Moreover, installing sliding doors provide access.

The QBAEK has four electric motors, which yield a 90 hp, without the battery modules. It has a weight of 425 kg, lcanza a top speed of 120 km / h and a range of nearly 300 kilometers.

QBEAK ECOmove made perfect through photoelectric cells on the roof to capture solar energy, together with a catalyst such bioethanol biofuel mixed with water to generate electricity that stored the six modules of your battery. By the use of bioethanol, it reduces the emission of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

Other electric vehicles

Another model, which has hit the market recently is Renault Twizy electric vehicle, which is a fully electric powered vehicle that debuted in fall 2011. With dimensions of 2.32 meters in length, 1.19 meters wide, and 1.46 meters high.