Friday, June 5, 2009
This solar-electric car amazed spectators at the Geneva Motor Show and earned bragging rights to Swedish car manufacturer NLV Solar and Koenigsegg.
With a charging time of less than 20 minutes which is good for 300 miles, the Koenigsegg Solar-Electric Quant Concept Car is indeed a car to watch out for when it if it makes it to production stage. Thanks to fool’s gold or pyrite, this novelty of a car takes advantage of the tremendous photovoltaic properties that can revolutionize solar technology and the car industry.
NLV is a leader in pyrite technology and it has managed to prove this leadership to the world with the Koenigsegg Solar-Electric Quant Concept Car. It has assured car enthusiasts about the high efficiency of their Pyradian solar cells which will turn the Quant into a massive moving solar panel.
It seems this concept will soon become a reality because prototypes are already being made to scale up and in preparation for production. But even if it sees production will the Koenigsegg Solar-Electric Quant Concept Car gather enough interest for the market to gobble it up as a practical auto?