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.
“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.