RMD Technologies Inc., a San Marcos, Calif.-based company, has recently released an electric utility vehicle made with recycled electric waste. Dubbed the “UTE,” or “Utility Terrain Electric,” the company says it’s the “first electric vehicle built using a high percentage of recycled materials,” according to a news release.
"We are delighted that this vehicle has successfully been completed, and that we are evolving from the research and development stage allowing the launch into full scale production,” says CEO Patrick Galliher in the release. “Achieving this important milestone allows us to rapidly thrust from the R&D stage into an aggressive sales phase which will position us to begin filling orders soon."
• The vehicle, priced at $9,995, includes:
• A 72-volt ADC motor, controller and transaxle combination
• General grabber AT2 all terrain tires
• 6061 aluminum "never-rust" ladder frame
• Lightweight and durable FRP body
• PRP Suspension seats with adjustable headrests
• Diamond-plate aluminum storage box
• Supplemental solar charging option
For more information, call RMD Techonologies at 760-741-2400 or visit www.rmdt.com
Posted by Cynthia Furey