Sun Dolphin, Sun Toyota to bring electric car to UK and Ireland in 2021
Sun Dromedary, a company that manufactures solar power and batteries for cars, has agreed to develop a fully electric car in 2021.
Sun Drome will develop the vehicle and make it available to manufacturers around the world.
The partnership will see the company’s electric vehicle, called the Sun Derm, developed in a number of countries.
The car is expected to be launched in 2021 in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, the US and the UAE.
The company said the partnership would provide a global platform for innovation in the electric vehicle market.
“The Sun Dorm’s electric drivetrain will deliver a range of technologies and technologies across its range, including battery storage, regenerative braking, and a range-extender to provide the necessary energy capacity,” Sun Doms CEO, Peter Stoyanov, said in a statement.
“This partnership will bring innovative and high-quality products and services to the global electric vehicle marketplace, and it will allow us to grow our brand in new markets.”
The Sun Droma is powered by a 4.7-kilowatt lithium ion battery, and uses solar panels to produce electricity.
The SunDrom is designed to be environmentally friendly and also has a range that is longer than conventional electric cars, as the battery can be charged in as little as 10 minutes.
The vehicle can be launched by 2021 and be sold in 2020 or 2021 in countries including the United States, Australia and the United Arab Emirates.