When the sun is up, the sun will never rise again
Sun Devil Auto was founded by former Tesla employee and entrepreneur Peter Sartori in 2009, and it was one of the first car companies to release a self-driving car.
Since then, the company has become one of Tesla’s biggest suppliers.
But as the sun rises, it’s time for a change, and Sun Devil Automotive’s first self-drive prototype car will be unveiled on Wednesday.
The company says the car will “take to the road in the evening and take to the sky in the morning”.
But what exactly does the car do?
The prototype, named “Tron”, will be based on a Tesla Semi truck chassis, with a roof-mounted solar panel in the front of the vehicle.
The solar panel is designed to be able to capture sunlight, allowing the vehicle to take off and return to the same location as its owner in case of an emergency.
The vehicle is also designed to operate in foggy conditions and to take on water.
In addition to a solar panel, Sun Devil will also have a “battery-pack” that will allow the vehicle, like other self-driven vehicles, to be charged while it is travelling.
The battery pack is powered by a lithium-ion battery pack, which is supposed to last three to five years on a single charge.
According to the company, it has “the ability to travel anywhere in the world at up to 30mph”.
“We can take the solar panel out, plug it into a charger, and we can power the vehicle while it’s being driven,” Sartoria said.
The prototype also has an “inertial navigation system”, which will enable the vehicle “to detect obstacles, speed and directions in real-time, and then use GPS navigation to find the quickest route.”
The prototype is a “small” car, but will be larger if all goes well.
Sartorie told Autoweek that the prototype will be able “to move from zero to 60mph in under 3 seconds, and be able go from 0-60mph in 3.6 seconds.”
Sun Devil also plans to launch the car in 2019, although it will need to make a decision on whether to expand its business.
If the company decides to pursue expansion, it could use its patents and the company’s manufacturing expertise to create a car that can travel over the country in just over an hour.
The car will reportedly cost $2,000, with an expected launch date of 2018.