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Crowdfund Your Electric Car Concept like Sondors

If ‘Sondors’ rings a bell to you, it is probably because you’ve heard of their electric bike. The Sondors Electric Bike campaign was one of the most successful projects on Indiegogo ever. It raised over $6 million from 15,000 backers and they actually shipped the product – which is not always a given with these crowdfunding projects.

We can understand why it was and still is so successful. The Sondors eBike with 350W of power and up to 50 miles of range for just $500, it’s a hard to beat offer in the ebike market. Now the founder of the company, Storm Sondors, announces that he is making another electric vehicle. This time, it’s an electric car.

Sondors’ ebikes sold for an average of ~$700 with shipping and it received rave reviews. Some reviewers compared it to what you would usually find for $2,000 with more established electric bike makers.

The entrepreneur is trying to do it again, but with an electric car – though it will only have 3 wheels. We are talking about something similar to Electra Meccanica’s ~$15,000 SOLO, but bigger and actually cheaper.

They aim for the vehicle to start at only $10,000.

Now going from building an electric bike to an electric car is a completely different set of problems. While Sondors gained some credibility with his ebike project, he will have to prove himself again with a car and all the regulation and safety requirements that comes with it.

The vehicle is called ‘Model SONDORS’ and the company says that it will seat 3 people. They hope to offer the car with 3 battery pack options for 50, 100 or 200 miles of range on a single charge. Read on …

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