25th November 2015
2050 Motors, has announced that the first all carbon fiber electric vehicle, the e-Go Electric Vehicle (EV), arrived in the United States last week.
The company says that due to its lightweight carbon fiber body and all aluminum space age racing frame, the e-Go could be the world’s most efficient automobile weighing under 1,500 lbs including its battery pack.
Both electric vehicles are to be showcased in Las Vegas to a private industry audience, and then opened to the general public for viewing. Both vehicles will carry impressive warranty items including a 10-year (unlimited mileage) warranty on their lithium battery packs.
“Earlier this year, both the e-Go EV and the Ibis received rave reviews when they revealed the manufacturing facilities for the e-Go EV to a Chinese audience,” stated Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors. “The China manufacturing plant features the most modern robotic machines and carbon fiber manufacturing tooling, and the unveiling was covered by national TV news media and many publications. We are excited to make our entrance into the American market, and anticipate another successful event.”