The rise of electric cars apparently made bicycle manufacturers from Denmark, Biomega to join the hype. Now, they are preparing an electric car called Biomega SIN. SIN, which is still in the form of a prototype, is planned to come in a four-door style and was introduced for the first time in Shanghai last year.
Chances are, the car in the form of a crossover utility vehicle will enter the market on 2021. The granting of the name SIN itself is taken from the name of the city-state, Singapore. The use of three letters for the name of this electric car is Biomega’s habit of naming their bicycle models in the background of an inspiring country or city.
This electric car will later be used for urban mobility and is able to carry the most efficient passengers or cargo, thus shortening time, money and energy. The design of the SIN car is indeed very unique. In fact, this car is planned to be made with minimalist and lightweight material. For example, body frames made from Carbon Fiber Reinforcement Plastic (CFRP) plus aluminum crossbeam.
With these materials, the overall weight of this car is only 950 kg. However, this car can carry four passengers with a total of four seats, and legroom feels relieved. In addition, this car also has a front fascia that gives added visibility.
SIN has four electric motors with 20 kWh battery capable of spraying 81 Tk of power with 160 Nm of torque. There are two types of batteries used in this electric car, a planting battery with a capacity of 14 kWh which is placed under the floor of the car and a removable battery with a capacity of 6 kWh.
With these batteries, SIN is believed to be able to drive up to 160 km when the battery is fully charged and is claimed to be able to accelerate from 0-100 km / h in 13 seconds with a top speed of 80 km/hr. About the price, the plan is that the SIN electric car is priced at around € 20,000.
- Price: €20.000
- Release Date: 2021 – 2023
- Max. power in kW: 60 kW
- Power hp: 82 hp
- Max. torque in Nm: 160 Nm
- Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h: 13 s
- Top Speed in km/h: 130 km/h
- Range in km: 160 km
- Battery capacity in kWh: 20 kWh (14 + 6 kWh removable)
- Battery weight: 200 kg
- Battery weight kg/kWh: 10kg / kWh
- Power consumption: 11 kWh / 100 km
- Kerb weight: 950kg
- Structure CFRP bodyshell structure with aluminum crossbeams
- Motors 4 in-hub motors on external wheels
- Battery Pack Main battery pack on floor + modular swapping battery system