Venezuelan businessman builds electric car in Montecristi
Venezuelan William Mercay has built a prototype of an electric car that he says is ready for production and export to other Latin American countries. The Teldiux Allien vehicle can be charged from any 110-watt electric outlet. It has three wheels, one at the front and two at the back, a 52-horse power engine and has a potential speed of 120 kmh.
Mercay says that the success is based on the export of the parts to other countries. He said the micro family businesses would manufacture the parts. Border Development General Director Miguel Bejaran congratulated Mercay on the venture and offered support for starting production in Montecristi under the tax incentives of Law 28-01.
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