Volcon (NASDAQ listed: VLCN), the first all-electric off-road powersports company, has announced that it will power all of its off-road utility terrain vehicles with General Motors’ (NYSE listed: GM) proven and tested electric propulsion systems. This includes the Company’s flagship UTV, the Volcon Stag, which was revealed to the public in July.
Volcon is dedicated to improving off-road vehicle performance and sustainability and this agreement will help bring the fun and strong performance of EVs to more people, faster.
Christian Okonsky, CTO of Volcon ePowersports said “Bringing GM’s electric vehicle expertise and systems to the Stag will produce an off-road experience that could set the standard for the entire industry. Having access to immediate power and torque along with the customizable digital integrations that the Stag will offer, creates the perfect balance for a class leading UTV.”
Volcon is the first all-electric, powersports company producing high-quality off-road vehicles. Based in Round Rock, Texas, Volcon joins many major electric vehicle manufacturers near Austin, Texas, an area that is poised to become the electric vehicle capital of the world.
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