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Winter has Sprung

By April 3, 2018No Comments

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We caught some light March snow just a week ago, indicating that it’s still winter in the Willamette Valley, and here at Arcimoto, things may seem just as quiet as the hibernating grape vines. But just like those plants, big things are growing beneath the surface, ready to spring forth.



The strong support we received in our Reg. A+ IPO has allowed us to accelerate our manufacturing plans and begin implementing our automated production capabilities ahead of schedule. You can read all about it in our freshly released 10-K filing, or check out Mark, Terry, and Jesse discussing the factory build in our first Corporate Update Video of the year:


With snow still on the ground in Eugene, our road crew headed out for our East Coast spring tour. Our first stop was for the Press Days at the New York International Auto Show. Once again, we have been very well received as we share the Arcimoto story and showcase our third Signature Series FUV. This is the third visit Arcimoto vehicles have made to Manhattan, and both in our experience at the show and on the road, we’ve been gratified by the performance of the vehicles and the reactions of media, drivers, and onlookers.


We’ll be here through early next week, ringing the closing bell at Nasdaq on Tuesday, April 3. Tune in to to watch the ceremony. We’ll be shooting video and conducting press interviews over the weekend; if you’re in the New York area and are interested in checking out our Signature Series vehicles, shoot us an email and we’ll see if we can make that happen.

Our tour will continue through Boston, then back to NYC for the MicroCap Conference, then to DC to talk to our representatives in Congress and the fine folks at the Department of Energy, and finally to Detroit to talk to key supplier partners. Then it’s back home to the AMP to prepare for the on-roading of the remainder of the Signature Series fleet and our progression towards the Pilot and Retail production series.

This is a pivotal year for us, as we continue the transition to a manufacturing enterprise and delivering on the vision of a true mobility solution that is affordable for the masses. Thank you for joining us on this journey.


Team Arcimoto


P.S. If you haven’t yet reserved your Fun Utility Vehicle, now’s a great time to save a spot in line!


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