Ford's solar recharging car concept unlikely to see the light of day

At the Consumer Electronics Show this year, Ford is showing a concept vehicle – dubbed the C-Max Solar Energi – that can recharge via solar panels on its roof from SunPower (see the October 17, 2013 LRSCJ). The panel is about 1.5 m2 in size, and by itself can only generate about 300 W to 350 W of...

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