‘Electric’ led by Elon Musk to build commercial electric vehicle from scratch
A new commercial electric car is in the works, and it’s made by a company called Airhead.
The company is using its airhead division, which was acquired by Tesla Motors, to make a commercial electric sedan.
Airhead says it plans to start selling the first commercial electric vehicles, which will be able to travel up to 100 miles on a single charge.
The vehicle will be priced around $65,000, according to Airhead’s CEO and co-founder, Matt Geller.
Airheads new car is a hybrid electric/electric drivetrain, according the company.
The battery pack has been designed to work in conjunction with a plug-in hybrid system that converts electricity into hydrogen.
The car will be powered by a hybrid battery system that can produce up to 250 kilowatts of energy.
The company is hoping to sell the first vehicle by 2018, but the exact timing of the launch has not yet been determined.
Geller told Wired the vehicle is being built by Airhead for a “commercial pilot program,” which he declined to elaborate on.
The Airhead electric sedan will be capable of reaching speeds of up to 110 miles per hour.
The automaker says the vehicle will also be able do 30 miles per gallon on the highway, but there are still some technical hurdles that need to be overcome before the vehicle can be commercially tested.
Geller told the magazine that he is optimistic about the future of the automotive industry.
He said that a lot of the tech needed for a new electric car has already been developed and that automakers have been doing it for a long time, adding that automakers like Tesla and Ford are now making electric vehicles at a pace that is faster than anyone expected.
“We’re not going to stop,” Geller said.
“We’re going to get to a point where we have a lot more cars on the road than we had ever seen before, and that’s when we’re going all in.”