Biomega SIN
Biomega SIN
Your next ride is a SIN
 

A paradigm shift in the way society imagines transportation.

Social innovation, design thinking and new urban mobility combined.

 
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Base Specs*

  • Price: €20.000

  • Release Date: 2021 - 2023

  • Max. power in kW: 60 kW

  • Power hp: 82 hp

  • Max. torque in Nm: 160 Nm

  • Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h: 13 s

  • Top Speed in km/h: 130 km/h

  • Range in km: 160 km

  • Battery capacity in kWh: 20 kWh

    (14 + 6 kWh removable)

  • Battery weight: 200 kg

  • Battery weight kg/kWh: 10kg / kWh

  • Power consumption: 11 kWh / 100 km

  • Kerb weight: 950kg

  • Structure CFRP body shell structure

    with aluminum crossbeams

  • Motors 4 in-hub motors on external

    wheels

  • Battery Pack Main battery pack on

    floor + modular swapping battery

    system

The final production vehicle may have adjusted specifications.

 
 
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Integrated elements, simplified interior

Biomega adheres to the less-is-more approach of Scandinavian design standards.

SIN creates a new open-wheel vehicle typology that allows for a flat floor and easy maneuvering in tight urban spaces, while the invention of a fascia window maximizes road view.

SIN is designed to be built using state-of-the-art lightweight composites, including a world-first use of modular carbon fiber for high volume automotive production. Through uncluttered interior, the car rejects superfluous styling in favor of low cost, comfort and sustainability.

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Battery Pack Power Train

The skateboard structure of the vehicle allows the battery pack to be contained within a ladder chassis on the floor. The innovation of in-hub motors have allowed the cabin to remain clear, and moving parts to be kept to a minimum.

In addition, to eliminate the range anxiety often associated with EVs, SIN contains a modular swapping battery system, allowing the battery to be replaced on the move, and extra distance to be covered between charges.

 
 
 

The 4-door SIN CUV is designed with 4 independent engines and 4 independent seats with extra legroom.

Stripped back to maximize space, SIN uses minimal components and lightweight materials; its low weight improves its range, minimizing battery consumption, making it an affordable and sustainable solution to modern urban mobility.

 
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SIN will focus on connectivity and user interface, placing it in an advantageous position at the leading edge of transportation.

SIN has the potential to be adapted for a wide range of consumer opportunities, including the freedom of business models such as ride sharing or leasing.