This is the story of Route Del Sol, an all-electric, solar-powered motorhome. This DIY motorhome build is very likely the most powerful solar-powered campervan in the world today and this is how it came to be.
Since that very first exchange with the ticket booth operator, I have grown much better at explaining just what it is I am driving. In the most technical way possible (for me) I exclaim that, “this is a fully electric 2010 International EStar, it’s an ex-Pacific Gas & Electric owned cargo van converted into a DIY solar-powered electric campervan.”
Interested or at least curious about new and clean ways to commute or just move yourself around for the rest of 2019, 2020, and beyond?
Then I think you might find this post entertaining and informative because there are lots of new and interesting “vehicles” out there that are electric-powered that can be fun to get around in. So let’s explore a few together…
What do you think of these fun and different ways to moving around? They may not be practical for most of us, but maybe if you live in a city or you just happen to be lucky enough to live really close to your work, or wherever else you may be going everyday, well, maybe these electric vehicles/scooters may be of interest to you. Or at least, entertaining to you because it’s always fun to see what’s new, and these personal electric vehicles are pretty cool, aren’t they?
With the all new Tesla Cybertruck coming out, is it something that you’re going to consider if you already have or are going to build or buy a tiny house on wheels? The truck looks like no other vehicle on the road, something definitely out of the future, or a sci-fi film, and it starts at $39,900.
This is the Neuron EV Micro Truck Concept electric vehicle. It’s a multifunctional modular truck that can have a variety of purposes including the potential for motorhome and travel trailer use. I wonder what the range and efficiency of something like this would be.
The Neuron EV STAR is a multipurpose micro truck set to disrupt the market by creating a new wave of electric car culture. Its clean and minimalistic design is reflective of the company’s product philosophy of simply versatile.
That’s why I’m glad Motor1.com created this now viral rendering. Why wouldn’t Tesla possibly create an all-electric motorhome? And if not Tesla, then why not any other RV manufacturer that can simply use a Tesla Semi or maybe the upcoming Tesla Pick Up Truck as a base?
Did you know that the VW Microbus is scheduled to come back to the United States? According to VW.com, “It’s official: The VW Bus is back, and it’s electric.” It’s called the ID Buzz and it’s fully electric.
Driven by popular demand, Volkswagen announced today it is planning on selling a production version of the award-winning I.D. Buzz concept electric vehicle in 2022 for the United States, Europe and China.1
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