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Week 38 2018 - Atlis XT EV Pickup
Joining a crowd of niche EV manufacturers in the USA Atlis Motor Vehicles from Arizona aims to build an electric pick-up with a starting price of $45,000. The company also plans to offer users a subscription-based ownership model from $700 per month. Atlis Motors plans to unveil a prototype of the Atlis XT Pickup Truck this month according to its crowdfunding campaign on the Start-Engine crowdfunding platform.
To date, the company has raised nearly $400,00 from 751 investors. Atlis aims to raise $1 million from the crowdfunding campaign whereby you can own a share in the company from $203 minimum which equates to a price of $0.29 per share.
For detailed specs of the Atlis XT click here.
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