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Biomega - Sin Concept

A paradigm shift in the way society imagines transportation.

Social innovation, design thinking and new urban mobility combined.

Base Specs*


Price: €20.000


Release Date: 2021 - 2023


Max. power in kW: 60 kW


Power hp: 82 hp


Max. torque in Nm: 160 Nm


Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h: 13 s


Top Speed in km/h: 130 km/h


Range in km: 160 km


Battery capacity in kWh: 20 kWh (14 + 6 kWh removable)


Battery weight: 200 kg

Battery weight kg/kWh: 10kg / kWh


Power consumption: 11 kWh / 100 km


Kerb weight: 950kg


Structure CFRP body shell structure with aluminum crossbeams


Motors 4 in-hub motors on external wheels


Battery Pack Main battery pack on floor + modular swapping battery system



The final production vehicle may have adjusted specifications.

Integrated elements, simplified interior

Biomega adheres to the less-is-more approach of Scandinavian design standards.

SIN creates a new open-wheel vehicle typology that allows for a flat floor and easy maneuvering in tight urban spaces, while the invention of a fascia window maximizes road view.

SIN is designed to be built using state-of-the-art lightweight composites, including a world-first use of modular carbon fiber for high volume automotive production. Through uncluttered interior, the car rejects superfluous styling in favor of low cost, comfort and sustainability.

Battery Pack Power Train

The skateboard structure of the vehicle allows the battery pack to be contained within a ladder chassis on the floor. The innovation of in-hub motors have allowed the cabin to remain clear, and moving parts to be kept to a minimum.

In addition, to eliminate the range anxiety often associated with EVs, SIN contains a modular swapping battery system, allowing the battery to be replaced on the move, and extra distance to be covered between charges.

The 4-door SIN CUV is designed with 4 independent engines and 4 independent seats with extra legroom.

Stripped back to maximize space, SIN uses minimal components and lightweight materials; its low weight improves its range, minimizing battery consumption, making it an affordable and sustainable solution to modern urban mobility.

SIN will focus on connectivity and user interface, placing it in an advantageous position at the leading edge of transportation.

SIN has the potential to be adapted for a wide range of consumer opportunities, including the freedom of business models such as ride sharing or leasing.




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