Elektros (OTC PINK:ELEK), an Emerging Leader in the Electric Vehicle Industry, Today Announced That the Company's Exclusive Manufacturer, Jinpeng Group, is Nearly Finished with Production for the First Elektros Sonic Low-Speed Vehicle. The First Elektros Sonic Vehicle Will Be Finished No Later Than June 26th and Will Soon Be Crash Test Certified.
SUNNY ISLES BEACH, FL / ACCESSWIRE / June 14, 2022 / Elektros Inc. announced today that the company's first Elektros Sonic vehicle will be complete by June 26th of this month and will soon be crash test certified. The company's exclusive manufacturer, Jinpeng Group, is finishing up production for the Elektros Sonic low-speed vehicles and looks forward to obtaining approval from the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Upon approval from the U.S. Department of Transportation, Elektros Sonic vehicles will be available to the public in Florida before expanding nationwide. The Elektros Sonic low-speed electric vehicles are revolutionary to the industry, providing consumers with safe and clean transportation in their local communities. Elektros looks forward to launching this powerful electric vehicle assembly line and will soon be applying for the vehicle's identification numbers. Elektros Inc. is shaping the future of electric mobility and is thrilled to be one step closer to providing consumers with an affordable electric vehicle option they can utilize every day.
About Elektros, Inc.
Elektros is an American electric transportation company that innovates mobility solutions for consumers and businesses. The automotive landscape faces existential disruption over the next decade to reach carbon neutrality. Elektros addresses this paradigm shift with mobility technologies that support sustainability for a transformative user experience. Elektros aims to present a compelling and completely new electric vehicle experience known as Elektros Sonic to consumers beginning as early as 2023.
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