Renault 2010 Sand Jumper Charges Itself with Nano Solar Paint
The Renault 2010 Sand Jumper by designer Luis Pedro Fonseca isn’t onlyeco-friendly because it runs on an electric engine, but featuresinnovative use of next-gen renewable energy technology and includesrecycled materials as well. The vehicle charges itself using nano solarpaint that generates renewable electricity to fuel onboard batteries.
The vehicle’s interior has been crafted from recycled PET bottlesand other materials incorporated in the body are either recycled orrecyclable. The designer claims that the vehicle onboard battery packwill take just over eight hours to recharge and a quick chargingmechanism can allow the batteries to be recharged in just 90 minutes.
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