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Green
Chinese investor's $1.8B breathes new life into Detroit Electric

The company's next EV will be an SUV for 2018.

It's back, again.

Green
Detroit Electric sells first SP:01 to Chinese distributor

Sports EV manufacturer sets its sights on Japan next.

After years of uncertainty, the revived brand sells its first electric sports car to its Chinese importer, Jowett Motors.

Official
Detroit Electric will deliver 300 EVs to Jeju Island, South Korea

Part Of A Big V2X Test

Despite once-grand plans to have its spiritual successor to the Tesla Roadster – and other electric vehicles – on US roads by the end of 2014, Detroit Electric still hasn't delivered Job One. That might change with a new deal just announced with Jeju Island in

Report
Detroit Electric is actually active in Detroit

There's Some Life In The Fisher Building

Here's some news that will make the urban scavengers sifting through the ruins of the Motor City a little disappointed. Detroit Electric, the slow-moving electric-vehicle maker basing their wares off of a couple of Lotus models is employing people in Detroit. And some local vehicle production may follow.

Official
Detroit Electric SP:01 electric Lotus project not dead yet

Detroit Electric is still on board to produce the Lotus Exige-based SP:01 electric sports car, which has been John Beltz Snyder

Shanghai
Detroit Electric, Geely announce strategic partnership for electric vehicles

The revived Detroit Electric company will be partnering with China's

Detroit Electric Partners With Geely On EVs For The Chinese Market

On the heels of the international debut of their SP:01 EV roadster at the Shanghai Motor Show, Detroit Electric has delivered more news out of China. The recently relaunched electric vehicle company announced today a partnership with Chinese automaker Geely to co-develop

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