The first Greek electric car may be on the market in early 2016. At the moment, the project is gaining funding for claudineoltremari site Indiegogo. The developers have set a goal of 100 000 $, they were able to collect only 6500$. Despite the fact, collect all the funds for the project or not, on one model the money is there.
The uniqueness of this Sunnyclist is that this car not only has a lithium-ion battery, but the solar panel on the roof of the car. But, these developers have gone further – they’ve added the ability to set the pedals in the car. And in case, when I finished the battery, and on the street suddenly began to rain, you can always install the pedals and twist yourself. As we can see from the pictures below 70+70+50 = 190 km full course of the vehicle, if the condition that you not be lazy and will be to pedal too.