In Russia, a service for the transfer of cars from internal combustion engines to electricity has been launched – Wylsacom

Russian startup Edison Technologies has opened a station in Moscow to turn ICE vehicles into electric vehicles. The startup was founded by Mikhail Krapivny, who also develops and manufactures ultra-fast charging stations for electric vehicles.

The conversion includes the installation of an electric motor, batteries and a battery management system. Also, in addition, the car is optimized for new hardware and the interior is slightly transformed.

Everything takes 6 to 8 weeks. The service costs from 1.5 million rubles. Edison Technologies’ first projects were the 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback, the 1971 ePontiac Firebird, and the Volga boat. In the future, the company will be engaged not only in small cars, but also in public transport and trucks.

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