Help with knowledge about Elaphe

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  • Help with knowledge about Elaphe

  • Christopher Barrett

    Member
    August 2, 2022 at 6:14 am

    As an investor in Aptera, and a huge believer in the ethos of, and future of this company. My attention is now focused upon Elaphe, as an integral part of the overall vehicle. I am unable to figure out if Elaphe is a public company, and if so where the shares might be listed. Lordstown Motors is a customer also, but they seem to be stuck in a different place. Aptera can use more money to get to production, and I believe that it will come to them, as they truly are building a better mouse trap. If Aptera succeeds, as I believe that they will, vertical integration of Elaphe, makes a great deal of sense to me. If not, then someone else will most likely will do so, and buy out the Elaphe company. That leads me back to wanting to invest in Elaphe but unable to find much out. Anybody know? Hope to see you on the road in your new Aptera soon!

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  • Len Nowak

    Moderator
    August 2, 2022 at 7:02 am

    https://in-wheel.com/en/https://in-wheel.com/en/

    Above “for starts”… Who knows what is being planned…

  • Christopher Barrett

    Member
    August 2, 2022 at 9:36 am

    I wonder if Aptera could garner enough capital to make a bid for Elaphe, it might be a smart purchase while the technology is relatively still unknown. I am unable to find any public information regarding ownership for Elaphe, making me believe that they are a private company, just like Aptera.

    • Steven G. Bueche

      Member
      August 2, 2022 at 10:25 am

      Are they just unknown here in the states? I thought they had motors in plenty of vehicles overseas.

      • Bob Kirchner

        Member
        August 2, 2022 at 3:31 pm

        To the best of my knowledge, no going concern utilises Elaphe motors. The start-ups that utilise Elaphe motors are Aptera, Nobe, Lordstown and Lightyear.

    • Jonah Jorgenson

      Member
      August 2, 2022 at 11:59 am

      They are a private company and a startup. They have been around for a while. Initially Aptera will purchase in-wheel motors from them and at some point will start manufacturing the motors in their facility in Carlsbad.

      https://in-wheel.com/en/https://in-wheel.com/en/

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