At this week's L.A. Auto Show, a startup called EdisonFuture showed up with their EF-1V, an electric solar delivery van:
Incredibly the company offered virtually no information, except the following: 0-60 in under 6.5 seconds; towing capacity 7,500-lbs.-plus; cargo capacity 260-400 cubic feet. That's it! Nothing about the batteries, how much the solar charging contributes vs. plug-in, price, range, release date, nada.
So why am I even posting this? Because it's funny. This looks to me like you had three days to design a car for a school assignment, and you got it to a certain point on day 1, then planned to figure out the rest on days 2 and 3, but then you got distracted with other projects and never finished it, but brought it to crit anyway. I've watched classmates of mine defend work more finished than this.
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From the back it looks a little like a hearse.