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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

HERE'S HOW TO GET ONE FREE - SOLAR-POWERED JEEP TO HIT PHILIPPINE ROADS




Solar-powered jeepneys may hit the road soon and could be tapped to replace the traditional passenger jeep. The manufacturer is giving away its first 1,000 units for free. Watch this video to learn how to get one!
The trike can cost P420,000 and the e-jeep can cost around P1.3M.


The among the features are:
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The new e-jeepneys will replace some 100,000 aging combustion engine jeeps over the coming three years. With capacity for 20 adults in comfort and style, this new e-jeep has already caught the eye of several other environmentally proactive governments around the world. With the capacity to travel approximately 100km on a full battery charge, and adding another 10-15km from the solar production during daylight hours, the solar Jeepney will be seen in many different countries very soon.

The main specs for the three models include:


Full specifications are listed below:
Solar-powered jeepneys may hit the road soon and could be tapped to replace the traditional passenger jeep. The manufacturer is giving away its first 1,000 units for free. Watch this video to learn how to get one!
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