Humble Motors announces a sun-powered battery CUV

Humble is not a normal automaker.

We’re a tech startup on a quest to build the world’s first solar-powered SUVs and develop automotive-integrated photovoltaic technology that enables scalable, truly clean mobility for everyone.
Solar-powered EVs have several distinct advantages over pure electric vehicles.

The first is that pure electric is not particularly sustainable. We get 85 percent of our electricity from nonrenewable fossil fuels like oil, natural gas, and coal. So, while switching from an internal combustion engine vehicle to an electric vehicle makes a difference, it is not as self-sufficient or sustainable as it could be if the electricity for your charge station is still generated by fossil fuels. We need to address carbon neutrality in the automotive industry, and solar-powered EVs are the next step in tackling this.
HUMBLE ONE SOLAR SUV

HUMBLE ONE SOLAR SUV


The second issue is that the world is struggling to build the charging infrastructure required for electric vehicles. According to some estimates, there will be 3 million electric vehicles on the road by 2025. And according to the International Council on Clean Transportation, approximately 1400 charging stations will need to be installed every day in California alone to supply the energy required to sustain all of the new EVs.
Long-distance EV travel is currently not possible without multiple stops at charging stations. Many areas (even in the United States, let alone the rest of the world) lack charging stations, and even when they do exist, charging the battery can take several hours. Existing solutions to these issues, such as building more charging stations, increasing battery capacity, and road-charging, have not been shown to be efficient thus far.

Solar-powered Humble EVs will ‘leapfrog’ the grid and allow people to travel an unprecedented distance without stopping at a charger station, using what is available in all parts of the world: the sun.

Electric cars are seeing rapid adoption, but questions remain about how to best support them and our aging electric grid. The Humble One sidesteps these concerns somewhat by adding solar panels to the mix. Between its roof, sidelites, passenger doors, and fold-out “wings”, it offers 80 square feet of solar panels, enough to add 10-60 miles in driving range per day depending on location. The four-passenger vehicle also claims a 500-mile range, with a maximum of 1,020 hp and a drag coefficient of just 0.25.

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The company is currently taking $300 reservations for 2025 deliveries.