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Amp Electric Vehicles

Chevrolet Equinox Amp electric vehicle

Amp Electric Vehicles (Amp Holding Inc., ') a Cincinnati, Ohio-based early-stage automotive company that converts sport utility vehicles (SUVs) and light commercial vehicles (LCVs) to emission-free electric vehicles (EVs) was established in 2007. Among their current offerings are electric versions of the Mercedes-Benz ML350 and Jeep Grand Cherokee. The company has delivered an electric vehicle to Dayton Power & Light, and they have a five-year, 1,000 SUV order from Northern Lights Energy in Iceland.[1][2]

AMP using Lithium iron phosphate batteries that cells are purchased from battery vendors and then built as AMP’s own battery packs around those cells and the company’s electronics/software systems in a simple series solution.[3]

References

  1. ^ http://www.bnet.com/blog/electric-cars/amped-up-in-iceland-1000-electric-suvs-on-order/2726
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  3. ^ http://www.ampelectricvehicles.com

External links

  • Amp Electric Vehicles (dead-link found on 20151028)
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