Solar-powered city cars aim to shine light on the future of shared mobility

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Squad Mobility showcases new small car that aims to have big impact on the future of city transport

A city car which automatically charges in sunlight has been unveiled this week with the promise of delivering "safe, accessible and hassle-free" transport for city-dwellers. Squad Mobility said its...

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