PHOTO CAPTION: Electric Motor Cars 7 passenger station wagon.

EnVision Motor Car Annonces EMC Sub-distributorships

Iowa-based firm imports Electric Motor Car family of electric vehicles.

Published: 18-Mar-2010

Ames, Iowa. March 18, 2010- EnVision Motor Company, Inc is excited to announce Gabus Automotive Distributors of Des Moines, Iowa as the sole sub-distributor of Electric Motor Cars (EMC) in thirty-three states in the US.

Electric Motor Cars family of all electric vehicles includes a 7 passenger station wagon, a cargo van, and a pick-up truck. EnVision Motor Company is the exclusive distributor for this family of electric vehicles in the USA with plans of selling several thousand vehicles in the coming months.

Gabus will be responsible for sales, service, parts, and dealers in the region.

Americans looking to purchase a 100% electric, long range, highway speed vehicle will be excited with the new family of Electric Motor Cars that EnVision Motor Company and Gabus are introducing to the US market.

Gabus Automotive Distributors of Des Moines, Iowa is currently establishing dealer locations in the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Washington DC, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming

EnVision Motor Company based in the Heartland of America is the Sole USA Distributor for Electric Motor Cars, a family of Long Range - Highway - Capable 100 % Electric vehicles.

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