CARB Approves Sale of AMP Electric Truck in California Starting in 2014

The AMP E-100 is capable of carrying 19,500 lbs. when fully loaded and attains a range of 100 miles on a full battery charge.

Published: 27-Feb-2013

AMP ELECTRIC VEHICLES, an electric drive motor vehicle manufacturer, announced today that its all-electric E-100 heavy-duty truck has been approved by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) as a zero-emission vehicle and is eligible for sale in California for the 2014 model year that began this January.

Steve Burns, CEO of AMP Electric Vehicles, Inc. said, “We are extremely pleased that our AMP E-100 truck and its battery-electric power train has been approved by CARB and can be sold in California. We believe this is a major milestone towards bringing our E-100 truck to market in the state that leads the country in the adoption of zero-emission and low-emission vehicles.”

“The AMP E-100 is capable of carrying 19,500 lbs. when fully loaded and attains a range of 100 miles on a full battery charge. Designed especially for the package delivery market, the E-100 sets a new standard in cost efficiency and performance for fleet operators,” added Martin Rucidlo. AMP president.

About AMP Holding Inc.

AMP is a plug-in electric drive motor vehicle manufacturer, founded in 2007 by entrepreneurs who have created several hi-tech companies. The AMP team is comprised of top automotive industry veterans and business executives. AMP is focused on the electrification of fleet vehicles, including medium-duty class 3-6 trucks and vans. Over the past several years, the company’s vehicle electrification technology has provided new solutions to America’s energy demands. For additional information visit http://www.ampelectricvehicles.com

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