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20 March, London 2014
Green Automotive Company, has entered into a partnership with one of the largest wildlife reserves in the world, the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya and the Royal College Of Art in London to create the all electric Safari Vehicle of the Future. Liberty Electric Cars, thanks to its leading electric vehicle design and engineering accomplishments, will be responsible for the overall project management, development of the electric drive train and integration with the unique body structure.
Design ideas and styling of the vehicle are being developed at the Royal College of Art (RCA), the world’s leading postgraduate centre for vehicle design. The aim is to create an all- electric solution that will allow silent safaris with zero emissions and which can travel off-road with a minimum foot-print. An improved cabin to sit in, with an all round uninterrupted line of sight should make visitors feel as if they are on foot or horseback and close to nature. Visitors should be able to experience the fascinating flora and fauna with all their senses and get the most out of their Safari Tour.
Ol Pejeta Conservancy is using Crowdfunding to finance the project. The first tranche of $50,000 will guarantee the design of the vehicle whereas the second tranche of $100,000 will allow the creation of the first prototype. If you are interested in being part of developing the electric safari vehicle of the future, then visit the www.indiegogo.com website.
14 May, 2013 London
Liberty Electric Cars has been working with its partners of the prestigious EU program “DELIVER”, to design the next generation fully electric light commercial vehicle with the goal to reduce the environmental impact in urban areas by 40%.
For more information, visit the DELIVER project website.
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