Saint-Tropez, France (April 21, 2022) – EV Technology Group Ltd. (“EV Technology Group” or the “Company”) (NEO: EVTG) announces today that it has launched a pilot of an electric vehicle subscription service, through its subsidiary Moke France SAS (“Moke France”), signing its first customers, luxury real estate players, Bo-House and Tardieu Immobilier. The subscription model gives clients the opportunity to pay a monthly fee to drive a Moke, without the hassle of owning a car and having to deal with insurance, tax, servicing, etc., and is in line with the latest trends in terms of subscription experience. The initial price will be €650 per month with an anticipated average contract length of 36 months.

“This pilot serves as an important step to making the Moke Electric available to a wide range of users,” said Wouter Witvoet, CEO of EV Technology Group.

 “It has been fantastic to see the initial reception in the market, with notable business-to-business customers jumping on the opportunity to get one of the first Moke Electric vehicles which are becoming available this summer.” 

“We’re delighted and proud to announce our first partnership with Bo-House and Tardieu Immobilier, two pillars of the luxury real estate industry in the Saint-Tropez region,” said Moke France CEO, Willy Gruyelle. “It was very important to partner with a player with deep local roots, but also a strong understanding of a demanding international clientele. Tardieu and Bo-House have been in the region since 1967, and have  developed a strong expertise within the sector while always being able to reinvent themselves.”

“We deal with customers, through both  purchase and rental transactions, that have everything they need in life. When they come to Saint-Tropez, they are looking for that special connection to make them feel adapted to the elegance of the Riviera, and Moke is the perfect car for that,” said Antony Tardieu, partner at Tardieu Immobilier and Bo-House.

Fabien de Labarre (Bo-House Partner), Willy Gruyelle (Moke France CEO), Antony Tardieu (Tardieu Immobilier Partner) in Saint-Tropez

The customised Mokes for Tardieu Immobilier and Bo-House will be seen in the streets of Saint-Tropez, and by their international clients, during the 2022 summer season.

“For the subscription service pilot, we’re starting with business clients that we have shared values with, as they are passionate with the Moke brand, but sometimes more hesitant with capital expenditures,” said Moke France CEO, Willy Gruyelle. “The idea came from the market –we innovated to suit the needs of a large base of B2B customers who love the brand and share our desire to bring it into the electric age.” 

EV Technology Group

EV Technology Group was founded in 2021 with the mission of accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles, and the vision to champion the joy of motoring in an electric world. As passionate investors and operators of EV technology companies, EV Technology Group’s mission is driven by  three core tenets: electric vehicles are the future; EVs will transform the way people live, work, and play; and there is an opportunity to accelerate the adoption of this technology by electrifying iconic driving experiences. To learn more visit: https://evtgroup.com/ 


Rachael D’Amore



Investor Relations

Dave Gentry



EV Technology Group

Wouter Witvoet

CEO and Chairman of the Board


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