Monday, June 10, 2024

Bright future ahead for Suffolk inventor’s ‘Solar car’

Bright future ahead for Suffolk inventor’s ‘Solar car’
Bright future ahead for Suffolk inventor’s ‘Solar car’

THE MOTOR SHOW, LONDON OLYMPIA – 58-year-old Pakefield resident, Jeffrey Schlepp, inventor of the “aeronautical auto-flying car plane”. The revolutionary flying car powered by flavoured milk – has unveiled his latest idea. A low-budget electric motorcar called the “The Solar car”.

Consumer Correspondent: Colin Allcabs

Unlike groundbreaking motor manufacturer, Tesla’s EV battery technology. Which represents a cutting-edge combination of chemistry, engineering, and software, Schlepp’s car.

They have unveiled to zero fanfare at London’s prestigious Motor Show. It is basically a 1997 Vauxhall Astra with a series of six reconditioned solar panels dragging along behind it.

Sun shines out of his ar*e

Schlepp claims that on a sunny day, his Solar car has a range of 14 miles making it about 60 times less useful than most other electric vehicles on the market – and that’s not saying much.

Despite the glaring impracticality of using the sun to power a motor vehicle in the permacloudy UK (or perhaps because of it).

Schlepp has affixed a price tag of £950 to his invention, positioning himself as the plucky underdog in the David-and-Goliath battle against Tesla.

The solar car era

Whether his ‘Heath Robinson’ contraption will catapult Schlepp to automotive stardom or relegate him to the scrapheap of failed inventors remains to be seen, but one thing is certain. In the realm of audacious ambition and English eccentricity, Schlepp reigns supreme.

Apparently, his previous invention, the flying car, has conquered the pothole problem.

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