Retired engineer creates solar-powered two-seater vehicle from two electric bikes

In retirement, however, the mind of this industrialist remains focused on the preservation of our planet. Jean-Paul Koslowski therefore committed to a major project in 2019: setting up a means of transport that will help reduce global warming.

And he can boast of having accomplished quite a feat. He designed a two-seater mini solar automobile, equipped with 2 electric bicycles. An extraordinary project that deserves to be seen.

Retired engineer creates solar-powered two-seater vehicle from two electric bikes

Created by Jean-Paul Koslowski, a former engineer and travel enthusiast, Project 00 was born in 2019. This inventor set out to create an energy-efficient vehicle, as detailed in an article in the Journal du Center.

At the end of this adventure, he designed a unique mini-car that runs on solar energy. Made up of 2 electrically assisted bicycles, this four-wheeler has a load range of 40 km/h and can accommodate 2 passengers (weighing up to a hundred kilograms each).

Retired engineer creates solar-powered two-seater vehicle from two electric bikes

It was obviously only after several attempts that the engineer succeeded in assembling his famous two-seater, in which he joined two electric bicycles from which he removed the fork heads.

Then he sets up a wooden seat that looks like a sort of lounge chair with cushions inside. Once the comfort stage was over, Jean-Paul took care to integrate two 1500 W motors, a waterproof roof and above all photovoltaic solar panels to recharge the vehicle’s batteries.

Retired engineer creates solar-powered two-seater vehicle from two electric bikes

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Retired engineer creates solar-powered two-seater vehicle from two electric bikes
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