Bloomberg Businessweek|August 03, 2020
You can’t say Laurin Hahn lacks drive. While still in high school, he founded what has since become the most popular dance club in Munich. Then, with no real engineering skills, he and a buddy set out to build a car powered by solar panels on its roof. Four years later they had a working prototype, so they formed a company to sell it. A few years on, when key investors declined to put in more money, the pair turned to crowdfunding. Within two months they’d raised €53 million ($62 million). “I guess I’m fairly ambitious, but the point of the car was to help the world,” Hahn, now 26, says with a laugh.
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