Founded on the success of Solar Team Eindhoven, Lightyear knows how to approach the challenge of providing clean mobility to everyone by questioning everything. The company is driven and likes to have fun, but most of all, it wants to get things done.
At Lightyear, a highly motivated, multidisciplinary team is brought together to accelerate the movement towards clean mobility.
Lightyear has created the first long-range solar car and is tackling a major cause of air pollution by making emissions-free mobility available to everyone. Its first step in this mission is Lightyear One, a family car built with innovative technology by completely rethinking automotive design.
Lightyear has a team with diverse skill sets and backgrounds all working to make a lasting impact on mobility and climate change. Its shared vision unites and drives the company.
The Self-Charging Lightyear One Solar Electric Car
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