Students at the University of South Australia have created a two-seater renewable energy car. The lithium ion polymer battery lasts over 150 km between charges, making it the longest-lasting electric car. When charged at home, the Trev costs”$1 AUD per 100km to run, using what is said to be 1/5th of the energy of conventional car.” (that’s $.88 per 62 miles)
The Trev carries two people and two large bags. If people use solar or wind energy for their power, it is truly a renewable energy car.
It makes petrol look silly. -UniSA