Atlis Motor Vehicles launches the AMV battery Technology Proof of mass production

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  • Atlis Motor Vehicles (Nasdaq: AMV), a vertically integrated provider of the electric car ecosystem, declared today that mass production of their battery technology has begun. For growing battery manufacturing in Mesa, Arizona, mass production testing is intended to guarantee that the company’s manufacturing process is effective, quick, and ensures quality. This study marks the culmination of the company’s process development for making battery cells.

“This high-volume experiment is a crucial step in our manufacturing start-up and development process. Atlis is confident in its capacity to fulfill customer needs at the desired size thanks to this method. We are eager to inform our shareholders of any changes regarding this production and the completion of pending orders.

Following a fruitful test of mass production, the business completes quality checks to guarantee consistency and quickly ramps up to finish the first manufacturing run for shipment to clients.

Atlis Motor Vehicles (Nasdaq: AMV) is an EV ecosystem technology start-up developing products that power work. Atlis builds an electric vehicle technology platform for heavy and light duty vehicles used in agriculture, tertiary industries, utilities and construction industries, through the development of battery technology and modular systems to replace older diesel powered vehicles. We plan to expand the towing and loading capacity of the car. An architecture that can be expanded to meet the specific needs of all-electric work vehicles.

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