Vehicles able to run on green energy are slowly becoming popular as the future of conventional automobiles is coming to, somewhat, an end. Fossil fuels are no longer in strong supply and there’s nothing we can do to speed up the creation process. This has propelled us to find other means of supply which is why we’re now turning towards developing efficient electric cars and those that can run on solar power.
The challenge, however, is to build powerful green cars as unlike conventional vehicles, electric automobiles are significantly lower in performance. I-Care-Green’s electric roadster aims to address this challenge by creating the I-Care Racing, a bio-composite prototype which was unveiled at Brussels Motor Show in January this year.
Designed by X.Design Team and Pierre Lallemand, not many details have been released about the three-wheeled vehicle. What we do know is that it’s a fully electric sports roadster that’s been created strictly for the race tracks. The body has been made out of locally recycled iron and crash tests have proved that it is stronger than modern F1 vehicle bodies.
The zero emissions car seeks to change the way performance vehicles will be built in the future and is currently undergoing further testing and development at Circuit Zolder, Belgium’s motorsport racing track. The month of May will see the I-Care Racing demonstrating its capability for the first time at Clean Week 2020, an event that showcases advances in technology that seek to take automobiles to an entirely green level.
The I-Care Racing isn’t the only vehicle offered by I-Care-Green. It has also designed a three-wheeled vintage-looking car that’s fully electric. Named I-Care 333, the vehicle is a three-seater with a biodegradable body and runs on solar cells and batteries. It has a 300km range on a full charge and can hit top speeds of 130 kmph.