What happened to Sondors electric car?

The Sondors Electric Car Company, founded by Storm Sondors, has closed its securities offering on StartEngine having raised $569,413 from 761 investors. The Reg CF offering was seeking the max amount of $1.07 million. … A further $15 million is needed to enable the car to go into production, according to the company.

Why did the electric car disappear?

Anyway, between weird marketing stigmatization, the low cost of crude oil, the much more affordable Model T, and the introduction of the highway system, by the 1930s, electric cars were pretty much gone.

Is Sondors going public?

We’re now raising $20 million to fund the tooling phase and have opened our offering again to the general public. Check out our campaign page on StartEngine by clicking here! Assuming we reach our goal, we’ll be well on our way to selling and manufacturing cars for production as early as April 2019.

How much will the Sondors EV cost?

In the first year, SONDORS expects to sell 3,580 EV’s with an estimated retail price of $19,500. While the estimated retail price was originally $10,000, we opted for a long-range battery (200+ mile range) versus an economy battery (50 mile range) as many customers expressed range anxiety.

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Who Killed the Electric Car Revenge of the electric car?

Revenge of the Electric Car is a 2011 American feature documentary film by Chris Paine, who also directed Who Killed the Electric Car?.

Revenge of the Electric Car
Release date April 22, 2011 (Tribeca)
Running time 88 minutes
Country United States
Language English

What happened to the EV1?

The decision to mass-produce an electric car came after GM received a favorable reception for its 1990 Impact electric concept car, upon which the design of the EV1 drew heavily. … The EV1 program was subsequently discontinued in 2002, and all cars on the road were taken back by the company, under the terms of the lease.

What engine did the first car have?

The first automobile. The first stationary gasoline engine developed by Carl Benz was a one-cylinder two-stroke unit which ran for the first time on New Year’s Eve 1879.

Where is Sondors based?

He is passionate about lithium-ion batteries, and due to his brand’s success in the marketplace, admits to probably having too much fun with his access to the world’s best electric technologies and resources. Based in Malibu, California, Storm also enjoys beach life, surfing and stand-up paddleboarding.

Who is Storm Sondors?

Storm Sondors is a highly-skilled specialist in design and manufacturing, and the creator of the award-winning SONDORS Electric Bike. Currently the largest electric bike manufacturer and distributor in the United States, SONDORS Electric Bikes have been sold in 42 countries worldwide.

How fast is the Sondors Metacycle?

SONDORS has claimed a max speed for the Metacycle of 80 mph (130 km/h).

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Does Martin Eberhard own Tesla stock?

Eberhard confirmed in an interview with CNBC in October 2019 that he is still a shareholder of Tesla, and is still rooting for their success.

What happened to AC Propulsion?

Tesla then designed and built its own power electronics, motor, and other drivetrain components that incorporated this licensed technology from AC Propulsion. Given the extensive redevelopment of the vehicle, Tesla Motors no longer licenses any proprietary technology from AC Propulsion.

How many GM EV1 are left?

T​hat being said there are only 20 Ev1s reportedly left in existence, with a few having been “stolen” and some donated to schools.