WINDBOOSTER ELECTRIC VEHICLES
Windbooster Car Cooperation is owned by the Chinese aftermarket and performance parts company, Cammus. Cammus entered the auto market in 2014 and its first attempt with electric vehicles was the E68. The company is entering a very crowded market for supercars, and many of its peers have much deeper pockets. Nonetheless, the flagship Windbooster Titan EV supercar surely looks the part and will certainly draw a cult following.
WINDBOOSTER EV SALES
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