Detroit Electric SP:01 production plans delayed again
Detroit Electric has been trying to hammer out an agreement, but the negotiations for the Plymouth facility are producing enough uncertainty that Detroit Electric's North American President Don Graundstadt says the automaker-to-be is negotiating with other parties.
Previous plans for SP:01 production called for its manufacture to begin by this month, but plans change, and production will be pushed back. There is no mention of when the electric sports car will become a 2,500-unit-per-year reality, but rather ominously, The Detroit News notes that "the immediate fate of the automaker should be known in the next couple of weeks."
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