Start of production for Volcon UTV

Production validation units of battery electric vehicle first to be built

Volcon Inc. said it has entered low-volume production and is conducting production validation testing for its flagship product, the Stag UTV. The company’s manufacturer, Michigan-based GLV Ventures, is currently building production validation units of Stag LTD, one of four trim levels to be offered.

Early production units are being put through the last phase of testing with compliance testing already complete, said Volcon.

battery electric Low-volume production has begun for the Volcon Stag UTV. (Photo: Volcon)

The company said it plans to make initial shipments of approved production units to the US Army Corps of Engineers as part of its recent collaborative research and development agreement.

“We believe Volcon, unlike several of its peers and early stage competitors in the EV space, is accomplishing what many could not; the successful design, prototyping, and production of a new fully-electric entrant into a mature market. We are very excited to be nearing the final weeks of a years-long vehicle program, and I couldn’t be more proud of the team that has brought us to this point,” said Jordan Davis, CEO of Volcon, based in Round Rock, Texas. “Our move into low volume production marks a historic milestone for us, and we are looking forward to the coming ramp up and scale of our UTV business segment.”

The testing currently being carried out includes the additional capture of drive mode data and systems calibration, as well as quality analysis of units being produced during production validation.

The company said it has been pleased with early results and that it will continue to chart data to ensure the Stag performs as it was designed to, including 0 to 60 mph performance which has been recorded at the top of its class.


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