(Daniel Rothberg, VEGAS INC) – Since 12th until the 22nd of February this year, 2050 Motors has been displaying its unique electric cars named e-Go and Ibis at William Carr Gallery in Tivoli Village.
The most distinguishing feature of the two cars is that their body is all built with carbon fiber, which made them stronger and lighter than other cars in the market.
In its plan to release the cars in U.S. market at not a very later time, 2050 Motors expects to sell e-Go at utmost $35,000 while Ibis for approximately $60,000.
The main goal of the China-based company in its introduction and nearing release of the cars is to import, market and sell electric cars manufactured in China.
2050 Motors is here in U.S. since 2012 and it plans to build a service and parts center in Las Vegas, partnering with some local distributors. It also yearns to fulfill its long-term objective of constructing a plant in Las Vegas where it will assemble the body and frames of the cars to be imported from China.