In a press release today, ElectraMeccanica ($SOLO) announced the site for its US-based assembly facility. The facility plus an engineering technical center will be in Mesa, Arizona. The confirmation puts a bookend on a year-long search that began in February of 2020. With this news, Arizona is quickly becoming a new hub for electric vehicle manufacturing.
ElectraMeccanica Stories March 16
ElectraMeccanica Stories February 16
Canadian EV manufacturer Electrameccanica recently announced a decision on the location of its first US-based assembly facility. The chosen location will also be the new home to the manufacturer’s engineering technical center. The facility will produce the three-wheeled SOLO EV, which has begun test drives for early adopters in the US.
ElectraMeccanica Stories June 1, 2018
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ElectraMeccanica Stories October 26, 2015
ElectraMeccanica’s next gen Sparrow, the SOLO, will get an impressive new look
ElectraMeccanica, the electric division of InterMeccanica, is known for the Sparrow, a single-seater three-wheel EV. The Sparrow was as ugly as it gets, but it was also an interesting prototype and precursor to the company’s next generation single-seater: the SOLO.