Farmer made electric car, will run 300 km on one charge

The farmer made an electric car.

The farmer made an electric car.

The electric car offers a range of 300 km in a single charge. They put an 850 watt motor in it and use 100Ah / 54 volts battery to run it. Sushil said that the battery of this car is charged with solar energy.

New Delhi. Demand for electric vehicles is increasing rapidly amidst rising prices of petrol in the country. In such a situation, the government is also giving subsidy on the purchase of electric vehicles. Due to which people buying new vehicles are buying electric vehicles according to their needs. But Sushil Aggarwal, a farmer from Mayurbhanj district of Odisha, made an electric car to fulfill his need and that too, running 300 km in a single charge. Sushil told that he started making this car during lockdown. Which has now been completed by going. Let’s know how Sushil made an electric car and what is special about this car …

In such a time there is a charge – According to Sushil Aggarwal, his electric car offers a range of 300 km in a single charge. They put an 850 watt motor in it and use 100Ah / 54 volts battery to run it. Sushil said that the battery of this car is charged with solar energy and it takes 8 hours to be fully charged. At the same time he said- Of course this car charges late but its battery life is 10 years. So this car is much better than other cars.

Started making electric car in lockdown – Sushil Aggarwal told that, he started making this car in lockdown. At the same time, he said- two mechanic and one of his friends helped to make this car, with whose cooperation motor winding, electric fittings and chassis worked. At the same time, he told that, during the lockdown, I had an idea that, after unlocking, the price of petrol and diesel will increase. So started manufacturing electric car and also took help of book and YouTube to make it.

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Mayurbhanj RTO officer Gopal Krishna Das said, ‘I am happy to learn that the solar-powered vehicle was prepared during the lockdown period. Such vehicles are environmentally friendly, and the society should encourage such inventions. ‘



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