ZeroNox Announces Partnerships to Bring Tuatara Electric Vehicles to Europe

With this agreement, E-lix Elektromoblie GMBH and Chateaux Des Langues will add ZeroNox-powered Tuatara vehicles to their offerings for off-highway vehicle customers. Their customers will now have the option to purchase a more environmentally friendly off-highway vehicle without compromising on the performance demands required of UTVs. The ZeroNox-powered Tuatara is a powerful electric UTV with a 2,200 load and towing capacity as well as a 4-6 hour driving range. Utilizing the ZeroNox proprietary electric powertrain platform (ZEPP) with lithium-ion phosphate battery (LFP), the UTV provides top speeds of 35 MPH and is able to recharge in 6 hours using a 110-volt plug along with a rapid charge option of 3.5 hours using a 220-volt outlet.

Vonn R. Christenson, CEO of ZeroNox, said “Within the first 12 months of bringing the ZeroNox-powered Tuatara electric vehicle to market, Tuatara witnessed a year-over-year sales increase of over 800%. ZeroNox and Tuatara’s partnership has enabled us to drive enormous growth of off-highway electric UTVs, which we hope to now bring to key growth markets like Europe. Our new distribution partners share our goal of providing clean technology solutions to the off-highway vehicles space, and we look forward to collaborating with them and additional partners in the future to bring these environmentally friendly UTVs across the region and globally.”

Robert Cruess, President of ZeroNox, added “Our distribution partnerships with E-lix Elektromoblie and Chateaux Des Langues expand our market presence to highly strategic markets including Germany and France, while fulfilling Europe’s increasing demand for eco-friendly off-highway transport options. We are confident of the expertise of our distribution partners in the clean technology sector and are committed to working together towards bringing ZeroNox-powered zero-emission Tuatara electric vehicles across Europe.”

As previously announced, ZeroNox signed a definitive business combination agreement with The Growth for Good Acquisition Corporation (Nasdaq: GFGD) (“Growth for Good”), a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company, that is expected to result in ZeroNox becoming publicly listed. Completion of the transaction is subject to approval by Growth for Good’s shareholders and other customary closing conditions.

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