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ATLANTA (November 1, 2016) – Wheego Electric Cars, Inc. today announced it has changed its name to Wheego Technologies, Inc.
“The name ‘Wheego Technologies’ better reflects our expanded scope of business,” said CEO Mike McQuary. “Our nine years of experience developing all-electric vehicles will continue to be key to our success, since most of […]Full article →
The following is excerpted from an article by Jen Danziger for Green Car Reports, January 29, 2015. Read the full article here.
Driving Small Electric Cars in the Real World
Reader Jen Danziger explains what it’s really like to drive a very small battery-electric car year-round in the Midwest.
In the years following my […]Full article →
by Bill Moore for EV World, July 7, 2014
Two-part video interview with Cayman Automotive president John Felder about the introduction of electric cars on Grand Cayman, as well as across the Caribbean region.
Islands are a near perfect venue for electric cars. Distances are usually short, speed limits typically low, and […]Full article →
Article by Jim Motavalli, in PlugInCars.com
Tesla Motors launched the Model S with three battery options—40, 60 and 85 kilowatt-hours. The 40-kwh pack was dropped last year before it ever went into production, because only five percent of buyers were opting for it. That says something interesting about Tesla, since consumers were saying no […]Full article →
by Amy Tocknell for Endeavor Magazine
A relative newcomer to the business world, Cayman Automotive was founded in 2005 in response to certain automotive issues, within the Caribbean, not being catered for previously. A primary concern was that the new and pre-owned vehicle sales market was identified as lacking in extended warranty protection, something that […]Full article →
Excerpted from an article in the Marietta Daily Journal by Michael J. Pallerino. View full article here.
When Tesla Motors, the granddaddy of electric cars (EV), opened its Marietta showroom Jan. 19, it sent a strong message that Atlanta, particularly Cobb, would be at the epicenter of the ever-growing electric car movement in the […]Full article →