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To the Starting Line Part Deux

By September 13, 2017February 9th, 2018No Comments

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Two Arcimoto updates in one week? Well, we have more good news to share, so share we will. First and foremost…


Ladies and gentlemen, we have finalized our factory negotiations! Located here in Eugene, OR, not far from our design studio, this big (~30,000 ft2) empty box is the perfect space to build out our first assembly line, with room to execute the automated Phase 2 production plan immediately following. After a decade incubating the venture in the crucible of our design studio, the build team is ecstatic to have the room to begin delivering on the vision.

Be ready to receive an invite to our factory open house and IPO celebration!


Speaking of which, Forbes caught wind of our whole “going public” thing, and they had some nice things to say:

“Arcimoto intends to become the second pure play EV company to make a NASDAQ public offering – the first being Tesla(NASDAQ:TSLA), of course.” and “My sense is that Arcimoto has established a modern-era high water mark of capital efficiency by developing their new vehicle with so little invested capital.”

Read the full article here:


And they weren’t the only ones to hear about our IPO. CrowdDoing, a volunteer group from Advance Social Innovation, whose mission is to assist social enterprises (enterprises that help communities by solving their difficult problems) to grow, got so stoked about Arcimoto that they worked up an awesome and voluminous (28 page!) Social Impact Report about the venture. We put their report up on our page. And on that topic…


THIS IS IMPORTANT: we will be shutting down retail investment via the Arcimoto site this Friday, September 15. This is likely the last chance to invest in Arcimoto before we are listed on NASDAQ. Because of the 10 day time window needed to clear electronic checks, FundAmerica is no longer accepting ACH payments through our site, so any investment made during the remainder of this week must be by wire transfer. If you have interest in owning a part of the company and the mission, now is the time to head over to

And as always, thank you for your continued support of Arcimoto. The road ahead is as exciting as ever.

Team Arcimoto



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