The Type of Electric Cars we’ve been Waiting for!
California is home to a few well-known electric automakers like Tesla, Lucid, Fisker, and Faraday Future. And now, California-based Humble Motors is entering the game, and its bringing world’s first solar-powered SUVs with Humble One SUV.
Humble Motors is still in prototype phase, but this tech company is developing reliable solar electric vehicles as part of their mission to support clean mobility for everyone. (finally!)
We believe the future of global transportation is solar powered. And Humble One aims to take advantage of it by generating electricity from solar energy to power its motor. By integrating panels into an EV, they can harness the power of the sun while we drive.
Today, automobiles are still too dependent on nonrenewable energy; even electric vehicles rely on America’s energy grid, 70% of which is powered by fossil fuels. Instead, by integrating solar technology into an electric vehicle, we can generate the clean energy we need directly into our cars.
The company makes it possible to develop an electric SUV that is able to recharge its own battery to generate driving range from 10 to 60 miles a day.
The Benefits of Solar
Humble One has been engineered from a radically different perspective.
We threw out conventional thinking and guided only by the laws of physics, sought to get the most out of every joule of energy from the sun. The result will be the world’s most sustainable vehicle thanks in part to a full-length solar roof, semi-transparent solar panel windows, and a state of the art 80kWh battery.
The Humble One will provide up to 7,000 miles of future-proof power every year, depending on your location. And when the sun isn’t shining, an impressive battery allows for a 250-300 mile range to keep you moving.
Harness the Sun’s Power
Free Clean Energy
Whenever there is free clean energy from the sun, Humble One will take it in. Integrated solar panels collect energy
that is relayed to the battery so you’re charging as you drive, or worse, are stuck in traffic.