Ronn Motor Group Teases Upcoming Hydrogen-Powered Electric SUV


Scottsdale, Ariz., Aug. 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – RONN Motor Group, today announced the 2022 release of its new hydrogen fuel cell SUV, the “Myst”, named after the vehicle’s only emission hydrogen fuel cell is water vapor. Inspired by the design of the ‘Scorpion’, RONN’s globally acclaimed hydrogen upgraded supercar, the ‘Myst’ will retain its sporty look and styling features as well as a full set of engineering novelties:

  • Designed in the USA by a team of automotive industry experts to exceed all global safety requirements
  • Represents the first flexible modular BEV and hydrogen fuel cell platform that maximizes wheelbase for premium interior space with a distinct modern appearance
  • Unique designs for SUVs, CUVs, MPVs and delivery vehicles that have a common nomenclature with high levels of commonality for engineering and operational efficiency
  • Extensive use of the latest engineering modeling and simulation tools to deliver multi-material, design and manufacturing optimizations for weight and performance that deliver a top-notch driving experience
  • RONN’s proprietary fuel cell technologies, including graphene plates, co-packaged with a premier fuel cell supplier.

RONN Ford, CEO of the company, said: “As a company, we are extremely pleased to announce our new fully-engineered, fully electric / fuel cell multi-vehicle platform, as the hydrogen vehicle market / Electric is experiencing many times of disruption in the financial markets. Our vehicle is fully designed, computer tested for certifications in China and USA, US and European supply chains have been developed, and our body design teams are seriously working on the final design for release to the public.

As our business growth, engineering and manufacturing development have aligned both in the United States and in China, we have been approached by several public PSPCs over the past few weeks and are currently under discussion. Jerry Lavine, our new executive in charge of product development, and former Ford executive added that “the Myst SUV” will set the global benchmark for product features and performance that are only achievable with the all-new platform. form of a dedicated hydrogen fuel cell from RONN Motor Group. “

Information about RONN Motor Group, Inc:

  • RMG has grown into a multinational enterprise with around 80 executives and engineers in the United States and China
  • It plans to launch its first intermediate-use Class 3-6 fuel cell logistics truck on the market at the end of 2021. The truck will be produced at one of its JVs in China.
  • It has also completed the engineering and supplier certification of an SUV / sedan pre-production platform and plans to launch all electric SUV / sports cars / electric fuel cell in 2022.
  • RMG has formed two JVs in China and one JV with a Chinese truck manufacture in one of its existing truck factories, a 2 hour drive from Shanghai. Owns manufacturing facilities with an estimated asset value of over $ 100 million with over 2,000,000 square feet of manufacturing space.
  • JV Partner – Kawei Group is a well-established car maker in China with an annual production value of $ 500 million and fixed assets of $ 3 billion. It has more than 2000 employees. RMG plans to produce the Logical Truck in this JV by leveraging Kawei’s truck blueprint shape, experience and expertise, as well as licensing, etc.
  • RMG has formed another JV with the municipal government of Chinese Taixing, also 2 hours from Shanghai. Partner JV has committed $ 20 million and has already invested $ 2.2 million in the JV. It also provided RMG with a new free 3-story office building as China headquarters in the prestigious Hongqiao district of Shanghai.
  • The Chinese municipal government in Qingdao has issued pre-orders for vehicles that could represent $ 200 million in sales, with the initial focus on fuel cell logistics trucks. Strategic partnership in place to build an additional automotive manufacturing plant
  • Ronn Ford named new hydrogen ambassador
  • The company has partners and suppliers similar to Nikola and others (Bosch Power Train, Matlabs Software, Roush Engineering, ElringKlinger, all major global OE suppliers.

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