Detroit Electric

Detroit Electric was an American icon in the early part of the 1900s. The brand represented the most popular electric car in history and the longest running electric car company, which operated between 1907 and 1939 by the Anderson Electric Car Company in Detroit Michigan. At the time, the car was very popular, with customers like Thomas Edison, Charles Proteus Steinmetz, Henry Ford's Wife Clara, and John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Detroit Electric is a name that we believe will speak to generations about the past and the future of automobiles. We are proud to have a chance to re-build this great car name after 100 years. The Company is finalizing plans to build an array of cars, trucks and buses with the latest automotive technologies. One hundred years ago Detroit Electric had a car that could go 211 miles on a charge. With today's technology we should be able to go far beyond that. Join us in continuing this legacy of excellence in electric cars.
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