Sono Motors

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Sono Motors is a Munich-based automotive company, whose experienced team of engineers, designers, technicians, and industry experts are developing and building a future-oriented electric car. One suitable for everyday use with integrated solar cells and innovative mobility services.

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Sono Motors logo.

Every journey has its beginning, and journeys, by nature, rarely go the way you plan them. Sono is currently on the way to series production of the Sion, an electric vehicle that generates additional range thru the power of the sun.

The hood, fenders, sides, roof, and rear of the vehicle carry solar cells that seamessly blend both visually and physically into the car‘s body. The Sion thus becomes an SEV, a Solar Electric Vehicle, whose battery can additionally be charged by the power of the sun.

Thanks to solar cells that are seamlessly integrated into the entire bodywork, the Sion can charge its battery from the sun alone. Thus, under ideal conditions, 112 km on average (up to 245 km max.) additional range per week can be achieved with pure solar energy — CO2 neutral and completely free of charge. This means full self sufficiency on short trips. For solar integration, Sono use monocrystalline silicon cells that produce energy even under cloudy skies or in the shade.

Sono's goal is to establish large scale smart e-mobility and sharing thereby make a significant contribution to the
reduction of global CO2 emissions.

(source: Sono)

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Sono icon.

sono motors sion studio front

Sono Motors Sion.

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Sono Motors Sion.

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Sono Motors Sion interior.

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