Featured article by Wouter Witvoet: “Investments in the EV space have been revving up as EVs continue to gain popularity over its combustible engine-powered rivals. As a rapidly growing market supported by a number of government policies, there is a lessened risk for investors now entering the realm of EVs. Additionally, the policy and legislation […]
MOKE International announces the return of the MOKE brand to America after 40 years, with the more powerful and highway-legal Electric MOKE Californian – a zero-emissions reimagination of the original 1964 Mini Moke.
Wouter Witvoet’s Forbes Business Council Post: Brand Equity: The Key To Unlocking The EV Driving Experience
Benzinga’s article features how EV Technology Group’s proposed acquisition of MOKE International and Fablink Group should curtail supply chain issues and eliminate product delays by controlling the complete process from concept through to manufacturing, engineering and assembly.
EV Technology Group revives sleeping beauty car brands in the automotive space. It is acquiring beloved car brands that are no longer in production and thoughtfully reactivating them in EVs.
ELECTRIC AUTONOMY CANADA: “EV TECHNOLOGY GROUP IS QUIETLY MAKING INTERNATIONAL WAVES OUT OF ITS CANADIAN HEADQUARTERS”
Within its first year of business, Canada’s EV Technology Group set up shop in Toronto, purchased the iconic MOKE brand and launched new electric vehicle manufacturing facilities and R & D hubs in the U.K. to support its goals of creating a portfolio of electric luxury auto brands
WOUTER WITVOET’S MEDIUM: “FROM ZERO TO ONE: HOW EV TECHNOLOGY GROUP WILL ELECTRIFY ICONIC CAR BRANDS
Yesterday, we signed a landmark deal for EV Technology Group — bringing Fablink Group, a tier one manufacturing and supply chain firm, into our family.
SEEKING ALPHA: MOKE INTERNATIONAL: “THE COST AND VALUE OF ‘BRAND EQUITY’ IN THE EV AUTOMOTIVE VALUE CHAIN”
When I was compiling data for my July 20, 2022 Seeking Alpha article entitled “What’s The Electric Vehicle Battery Market Outlook By 2029?”, I discovered a little-know factoid that plays into the high price of EV vehicles – the cost of “Brand Equity.”
THIS IS MONEY: “BRITISH MOKE MAKER SOLD TO NEWLY-FORMED EV TECHNOLOGY GROUP TO ACCELERATE DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRIC BEACH BUGGY”
British Moke maker sold to newly-formed EV Technology Group to accelerate development of electric beach buggy
ELECTRECK:”MOKE INTERNATIONAL AND ITS FUN OPEN-TIP ELECTRIC MINI-CARS EXPANDING GROUND IN NEW $55M DEAL”
In a deal purported to be worth US $55.1 million, EV Technology Group has agreed to purchase an additional 50% of MOKE International, which will boost its stake to 67.6% of the company.