SOLO is an single passenger electric commuter vehicle that can cover up to 100 miles per charge

While riding mass transit is better for the environment, one of the biggest complaints from riders is being wedged beside hundreds of other people on a packed train or bus on their commute. Canadian car company Electra Meccancia has developed a new solution that will allow commuters to be environmentally-friendly while alone.

The solution comes in the form of a one-seater electric vehicle (EV) called SOLO. Costing $15,500, the car is both affordable and boasts an impressive range. The vehicle is able to go up to 100 miles on a single charge and can go from 0 to 60 mph in 8.0 seconds. The car takes approximately three hours to fully recharge, which is perfect for day commuters who can charge the SOLO while they sleep.

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