Alpha Presents Electric ACE

As the year draws to a close, another start-up is unveiling an electric car: Irvine, California-based Alpha Motor Corporation unveiled its ACE, a coupe that is unusual in its form but at the same time reminiscent of the best agent movie days of the 1960s.

The vehicle is based on a modular design on which other vehicles such as the ICON will also be developed.

Performance specs are for a range of more than 250 miles (400 kilometers), rear-wheel drive, acceleration from 0 to 60mph (96 km/h) in 6 seconds, weight of 1,600 kilograms, fast charger and battery cooling and heating. The two-seater is 4.18 meters long, 1.886 meters wide, has a height of 1.45 meters and comes with wheels between 16 and 18 inches. It is still unclear at what price and when the vehicle will be available.

The press release says more about the company’s plan, orders can already be sent to Alpha Motor.

Accelerating innovation for humanity, automotive company Alpha Motor Corporation has unveiled the ACE™, a striking Coupe, hailing it as the quintessential urban electric vehicle set to transform zero emission mobility

The ACE™ Coupe balances versatility, performance, and sustainability on a compact footprint that supports multiple body styles including coupe, sedan, and utility crossover. The ACE™ Coupe is built on a modular vehicle platform that is an extension of Alpha’s much anticipated ICON™ EUV (Electric Utility Vehicle). Both ACE™ and ICON™ are created to prioritize consumer friendliness through technology with a welcoming energy. 

The ACE™ Coupe was unveiled in a refined silver paint that the company named as “Blue Seraph” for its chic metallic finish. Underneath the polished bonnet and rear hatch is abundant cargo space enabled by its electric vehicle architecture. The ACE™ Coupe vehicle dimensions measure approximately 4,180mm (165in) in length, 1886mm (74in) in width, and 1450mm (57in) in height. 

“The ACE™ Coupe is for consumers who desire a sleek ride with the versatility, energy efficiency, and environmental friendliness of an electric vehicle,” stated Michael Smith, Alpha Motor Corporation Chief Executive Officer.                                                                                                      

Inside the dynamic ACE™ Coupe is comfortable front seats for the driver and passenger, along with compact rear seats for occasional storage. Its interior architecture optimizes cabin space through a seamless and fluid construction that reduces components without compromising ergonomic comfort or ease of use. Furthermore, a central display integrates user interface controls that can be synchronized or replaced with the user’s own electronic device. 

“ACE™ is a departure from contemporary automotive and places emphasis on mobility for the user. Alpha is rethinking automobiles for the sake of innovation that moves humanity. ACE™ was created from the perspective of technology that empowers individuals and their lifestyles,” continued Mr. Smith. 

The ACE™ line of pure electric vehicles is built for flexible customization and is anticipated to be offered in a variety of unique color, material, and feature combinations. ACE™ Coupe reservation inquires can be sent to reservemyace@alphamotorinc.com. Alpha plans to roll out variants of ACE™ in the coming months. Details on ACE™ and Alpha Motor Corporation is provided on the company’s website www.alphamotorinc.com

A few more concepts based on modular construction shows the range of possibilities.

A few weeks earlier, Alpha hinted at another vehicle concept called ICON, reminiscent of a VW bus and a pickup truck.

And here the video:

This article was also published in German.

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