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oem projects
 

Pro-active folks began converting cars to electric as far back as the 1970’s with traditional flooded, deep cycle lead-acid batteries and a DC forklift motor.  Back around 2010, lithium-ion cells became available to the general public in a form factor that lent itself to automotive applications.  Those same conversion projects with  improved batteries were suddenly capable of two- and three-fold range and performance.  Well, friends, the state of the EV conversion world is set to evolve yet again!  With brand-new, production EVs hitting the roads in the hundreds of thousands (and soon millions) we are gaining access to this cutting edge technology and have begun working on multiple projects to take advantage of this next stage of EV conversion evolution.  At the moment ampREVOLT is involved with a 1969 Pontiac Firebird and a 2010 Audi S5, both set to receive Tesla batteries and drivetrain.