Biomega SIN Electric Car

Bicycle manufacturer Biomega has unveiled SIN – named after Singapore, as its first foray into the electric car world. This four-wheel vehicle concept features minimal components and lightweight materials, which include four independent electric motors mounted on the outer sides of the wheels, as well as a CFRP shell with aluminum crossbeams. It has an estimated driving range of 99 miles, and the 81hp electric motors use 118 lb-ft of torque to help it achieve a 0-62 mph time of 13-seconds while topping out at 80 mph. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

Biomega SIN Electric Car
Biomega SIN Electric Car
Biomega SIN Electric Car
Biomega SIN Electric Car
Biomega SIN Electric Car

“The SIN also features a front fascia window to increase visibility. Another interesting solution is the SIN’s open-wheel design. Thanks to the use of lightweight composite materials and clever packaging, the SIN weighs just 950 kg (2,094 lbs). That includes the 20-kWh battery pack that tips the scales at 200 kg (440.9 lbs). Located under the floor, the batteries feature a modular swapping system that helps ease range anxiety,” reports Car Scoops.