Danish Bicycle Brand Unveils Its First Electric Car
Denmark – Biomega, the Danish company known for its stylish, electric city bicycle, has announced the creation of its first electric car. Named SIN, the car is envisioned as an affordable and sustainable option for urban transport. The car is named after Singapore, a city which inspired elements of the design.
Biomega categorizes the car as a ‘crossover utility vehicle’. It resembles a skateboard, and the design includes four engines, four doors and four independent seats with generous legroom. A novel, open-wheel design creates a flat floor and allows easy maneuvering in tight urban spaces. The large front window maximizes road visibility and helps to create a bright and light cabin space.
The SIN uses state-of-the-art lightweight composites, including the world’s-first use of modular carbon fiber in high volume automotive production. The low weight also improves range and reduces battery consumption. To eliminate the range anxiety often associated with EVs, SIN uses a modular battery-swapping system, allowing the battery to be replaced on the move.