At the 2009 Geneva Auto Show, the Sport Air from Mitsubishi finally made its debut. The latest version of the i MiEV Sport is taller and rounder than last year's car.
Rather than a teardrop shape, it's bubble shaped. The concept has solar power embedded in the lower part of the windshield and the removable roof. The car uses electric drive since it weighs just over 2,000 pounds, giving it a range of about 100-120 miles
Mitsubishi i MiEV Sport Air Debut at the Geneva Auto Show (Update)
1. Bubble-shaped Electric Cars - Opportunity for the development of compact, eco-friendly vehicles with solar power integration and extended driving range.
2. Solar-powered Roofs - Potential for the implementation of solar panels in vehicle designs to generate renewable energy and increase efficiency.
3. Lightweight Electric Vehicles - Suggestion for the production of lightweight electric cars to enhance performance and extend battery life.
1. Automotive - Automakers can explore the production of bubble-shaped electric cars, leveraging solar power and lightweight design for eco-conscious consumers.
2. Renewable Energy - Companies in the renewable energy sector can collaborate with automakers to develop solar-powered roofs for electric vehicles, tapping into the growing market demand for sustainable transportation options.
3. Battery Technology - Battery manufacturers can focus on developing advanced technologies for lightweight electric vehicles, thereby increasing efficiency and driving range.