Canadian electric-vehicle start-up ElectraMeccanica states it will open six U.S. retail outlets before completion of November. The shops will open in the following cities: San Diego, California; Santa Clara, California; Walnut Creek, California; Brea, California; Scottsdale Arizona, and Glendale, Arizona. ElectraMeccanica states the Scottsdale store will be a seasonal one.
All six areas are set to open by Thanksgiving, are in popular shopping center, and “will be strategically placed in high-visibility areas alongside noteworthy name0brand anchor shops,” according to the car manufacturer.
The EV start-up located in Vancouver develops and sells the three-wheeled, all-electric commuter lorry, created particularly for urban settings, with four established U.S. areas on the west coast.
ElectraMeccanica, together with its manufacturing partner and strategic investor Zongshen Industrial Group, started production of the Solo EV in China during late August.
The SOLO EV features a 160 km and can cruise at highway speeds and can charge on routine home (100V) sockets in fewer than six hours, according to the car manufacturer.
ElectraMeccanica said Thursday that the initial delivery of its production automobiles has gotten here in The United States and Canada, and has been designated for corporate use in marketing, retail, and marketing.
They have actually also utilized automobiles from their very first batch of EVs to test the worldwide shopping logistics and port processing. “We are continuing with our prepared, systematic ramp-up in production to ensure quality and consistency,” CEO of ElectraMeccanica Paul Rivera said. “While we have actually come across certain obstacles through this growth process, our team is hard at work making select supply chain and technical enhancements.” The single-seat EV begins at $18,500 in the United States. It has been in advancement for about 5 years and undergone stable refinement as it approached industrial production.Source: collisionrepairmag.com