Palo Alto, CA, September 18, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Palo Alto company, Electric Motor Werks announced successful completion of the design and construction work on the first 3-series BMW electric conversion.
The electric prototype has been extensively test-driven to tune various components and will be unveiled during the upcoming Annual Palo Alto EV Rally in California on Saturday, September 24th. (http://eaasv.org/rally.html). According to Valery Miftakhov, founder: “This new release is a very significant Green Movement event since it will mark the beginning of mass production of the BMW 3-series turn-key conversion solution with hope to replace thousands of 'dirty' vehicles in the US with clean, zero emission ones.”
With most of the design elements already optimized, EMotorWerks is starting the conversion of the second E46 BMW later this month. This “prototype B” conversion will streamline the manufacturing and installation processes. R&D team is working on public introduction of the “EMotorWerks' 1-week Electric BMW Conversion Service” before the end of this year.
EMotorWerks will exhibit BMW electric conversion prototype during next 2 months at the following public events in California:
1. On September 24-25, the new BMW conversion prototype is scheduled to appear at 2 local events in California: Electric Car Rally in Palo Alto (Saturday, September 24th) (http://eaasv.org/rally.html) and BMW Car Show in Monterey (Sunday September 25th) (http://www.ggcbmwcca.org/?page=calendar&id=618)
2. On November 26th and December 17th, EMW will be participating in EVCUP, the world’s first RACING series exclusively featuring zero-emission electric vehicles: at Mazda Laguna Seca in Monterey, CA (November 26th) and at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA (December 17th). For more information on the event, visit http://www.evcup.com. EMotorWerks team is currently working on squeezing all the performance out of BMW prototype vehicles in time for the races.
3. In October - November this year EMotorWerks is planning to launch a road show with outdoor displays of new BMW EV conversions. The team plans to visit the largest and greenest SF Bay Area companies. Please contact Julia Sirotina at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like EMotorWerks to visit your company or if you have great ideas on potential destinations.
Electric Motor Werks' (EMotorWerks) mission is to dramatically accelerate adoption of electric car conversions and raise the image of the affordable and fun electric car solutions.
For more information, please visit website at http://www.eMotorWerks.com or email to info@eMotorWerks.com.