Sion con celdas solares

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Sion con celdas solares (Por Ricardo Rodriguez_Long)

En Alemania se lanza el compacto Sion de 4 plazas fabricado por Sono Motors. Se utilizan celdas solares en el 75% de la carrocería para absorber la energía del sol y convertirla en energía eléctrica. El fabricante dice  es capaz de recorrer 155 millas entre cargas, lo que le permitiriá transitar sin problemas dentro de la ciudad. Y la electricidad generada por el techo le daria unas 15 millas mas de andar.

El auto se vende sin bateria. Esta debe ser adquirida independientemente al estilo Renault, que alquila la bateria y a medida que la tecnologia avanza, estas se remplazan por  las mas avanzadas.  Se anuncio que el alquiler de esta costara $190 al mes.

Ya hay mas de 10,000 ordenes del carro Sion que se fabricara en Suecia. Mas informacion en   https://sonomotors.com/en/press/

 

 

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Ricardo’s Bio In Southern California, center of the car culture, it’s tough to straddle the line of professional passion for all things motive. Yet, Ricardo Rodriguez-Long has done so since arriving from Argentina, combining his education (BS in Automotive Science and Industrial Design) with his ardor for all forms of mobilized art. Ricardo’s career has taken him from broken fingernails to broken records. Ricardo’s photojournalism excellence has allowed him to supply copy and images for newspapers and magazines around the globe in both English and Spanish. He is the first Hispanic photographer to be granted a solo show at LAPC in Los Angeles. He created the first Spanish automotive radio program in the US which is still on air; the first Spanish language trucking magazine; the first automotive TV show in Spanish in the US (broadcasted on over 30 countries through CANAL SPEED and Azteca America TV Network); and Ricardo is the first Hispanic to receive the Golden Award for journalism by the Truck Writers of North America. This prestigious awards is coveted by more than 250 journalist in the commercial truck market in Canada, United States and Mexico.

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