Bilal Ahmed, a mathematics teacher and innovator from Kashmir, has made a luxurious and affordable solar car that is going to remind you of Back to the Future.
Bilal Ahmed, a maths teacher from Srinagar, has developed a solar car. Bilal has been working on this project for last 11 years pic.twitter.com/Co0eq9X44h— Basit Zargar (باسط) (@basiitzargar) June 20, 2022
Bilal hails from the Sanat Nagar area of Srinagar and has been working on this project for over 11 years. This car works on solar energy and has solar panels all over the surface. According to Bilal, his solar car is the solution to the rising fuel prices and environmental pollution.
Bilal wanted to make comfortable cars for the handicapped, but financial issues got in the way. Then he decided to make solar cars to combat environmental issues and got inspired by DMC DeLorean, and thus came the inspiration for the design of the car.
Cars like Mercedes, Ferrari, BMW are just a dream for a common person. Only few people are able to afford it while it remains a dream for others to drive such cars and roam in it. I thought of something to give a luxurious feel to the people as well.
This car cost Bilal 16 lakhs and can accommodate four people. While it is reminding some people of Back to the Future, others are calling it Desi Tesla.
Does it have the flux capacitor from "back to the future"🙃 https://t.co/kDRHDuDL3b— GUTSKutty (@Berserk_1988) June 21, 2022
The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery." .— ز (@xeenat_hamid) June 21, 2022
Proud of you sir.. https://t.co/zxnvNjUmJC
Amazing a lot of hardwork behind this😍 https://t.co/Qs5QtvwJ4Q— Naman khatri🇮🇳 (@NamanKhatri007) June 21, 2022
Dear @elonmusk this is Desi (Indian) version of Tesla. I’m wondering if he deserves a trip to Tesla as a reward & encouragement for his innovation & hard-work of 11 long years. https://t.co/s8OKpmLB5Q— حمد البرتاني (@HAMAD_ALBARTANI) June 20, 2022
Really cool for someone doing this at home… wonder how much time and money he spent to get it done? https://t.co/39X9uSoDDq— srikanth koneru (@srikanthkoneru) June 20, 2022