The Illustration above shows an electric car that is powered by solar energy. Several photovoltaic solar panels are stored inside the car, each solar panel has it's own batteries, for storage of electricity. The car is equipped with a robot, so the robot can remove the solar panels from the car, and place the panels on the ground, around the car, where the panels will be exposed to sunlight. The car's robot also has the capability to place some of the solar panels on the roof of a nearby house or building, for additional charging power. After several hours of charging in the sun, the robot picks up all the solar panels and puts them back into the car. Since each solar panel has it's own battery pack, the solar panels automatically provide their power to the car, after the robot replaces them.
Above: This illustration shows the car's robot placing solar panels on the ground.
Above: This illustration shows several solar panels on the ground near the car.
Above: This illustration shows the car's robot placing solar panels on the roof of a house.
Above: An Illustration of the solar-powered electric car. with several solar panels on the ground, and also on top of a house. In crowded areas, people may not have enough room in their driveway or backyard, for the car's solar panels, so they may be placed on top of the house, where they will collect sunlight.