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Dubuc Motors, Xnergy join to commercialise Tomahawk cars

WASHINGTON, July 12, 2018

Dubuc Motors, a low-volume automobile manufacturer of high performance electric vehicles, has partnered with Xnergy Financial, a multi-faceted investment banking firm, to secure the Tomahawk sports car’s commercialisation around the globe.

Tomahawk is one of the world's first and fastest all-electric four seater sports car.

Through this joint partnership, Dubuc Motors expects that if institutional capital gets behind the company, it could leverage the completion of tests and certifications required in becoming federally compliant whilst also securing land and a production facility of approximately 200 000 sq ft, said a statement from the company.

The company intends to sharply increase its roster by hiring additional personnel to satisfy a lean manufacturing process of quality craftsmanship in the thousands of units annually, it said.

The company wants to broaden its consumer base by catering to the 11 per cent demographic of big and tall men in North America as well as to women, who are seeking a luxurious sports car that's flexible to their lifestyle, it added.

The extra row of seats and generous cargo space allows for daily commutes and is even more so versatile to needs of a family, said a statement.

Dubuc Motors aims to position itself as a responsible contender of change in the world and become known as the most innovative company in the sport car industry, it stated.

Mike Kakogiannakis, cofounder, Dubuc Motors, said: “We engineer emotions, we want the quality of our vehicles and genuine passion of our team to shine through.”

“It was also important for us to engineer the Tomahawk to be gender centric, unbiased of stereotypes yet cater to demographics previously under-served in this segment. Consumers will have practicality and sophistication for a deeper and more fulfilling driving experience,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service

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