Planned to start production of electric all-terrain vehicle on tracks and electric buggy.
Crimean enterprise “Altar”, which manufactures commercial electric vehicle, intends to 2021 to increase the production volumes of up to hundreds of copies per year and to launch new products. And the technique will come with a domestic units and assemblies.
Among the plans for next year not only to increase output, but also the transfer of production to the conveyor-factory conditions, as well as expanding the range of electric vehicles, reports TASS. In particular, the company will start assembling watering machines, utility vehicles, electric catamarans, and electrified new products – off road buggy, snowmobile and all-terrain vehicle on tracks.
In 2020, “Altar” intends to issue 53 of the machine, and in the next year to increase production to 112 cars. Test drives of the novelties will be organized not only in Crimea, but in Moscow.
While the company gathers a technique that 10 percent consists of imported parts. But by August, the company has shifted to using domestic products.
According to commercial Director “Altura” Alexei Korshunov, electrographite and buses that are produced today, sold out before the end of the summer. He stressed that the company does not have problems due to pandemic coronavirus, as “the demand is higher than the company has time to release”.
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