Nissan’s Electric Car is Glow-in-the-Dark
- Nissan Leaf
- Ultra-violet energized Paint
- Inventor Hamish Scott
- Nissan reports that the spray can distinctively glow from 8-10 hours during the night.
- The automaker states that if the paint was made commercial it would last for 25 years.
To cut it short
Until now, we have all been spotting cars in the night with the help of headlights. However, the luminescent paint on Nissan’s electric car seems to be the approaching trend. The mechanism is simple! The paint absorbs the ultra-violet rays of the sun in the day that permits it to reflect in the night. What makes the paint unique is the extraordinary earth product called Strontium Aluminate which is organic in nature. Only if this wasn’t an experiment, it would have been a chart-buster for sure!