“Above New York” – The Qiantu K50 by Mullen at the 2019 New York City E-Prix
BREA, California, July 13, 2019 - Mullen Technologies, Inc. (“Mullen” or the “Company”) is participating this weekend at the 2019 New York City E-Prix sponsoring aerial TV coverage of the race weekend and TV advertising during the main event on Saturday, July 13th 2019.
E-Prix fans will get to see Mullen and the Qiantu K50 in the sky above the race, via an airship that’s providing aerial footage of the race for telecast. Mullen K50 commercials will be televised during the main race event.
“We’re backing up our previous successful race weekends (Indy 500 & Detroit Grand Prix) with another solid event this weekend at the New York City E-Prix. Formula E is one of the most exciting to watch and also one of the fastest growing segments of racing. It’s going to be a great weekend in NYC and one we are proud to be part of,” says Mullen Founder & CEO, David Michery.
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About Mullen Technologies:
Mullen Technologies, Inc. is a privately-owned California based Electric Vehicle (EV) manufacturer and international distributor of high tech, zero emission vehicles. Mullen Technologies, Inc. is committed to developing low cost, high-quality products. The Company’s goal is to contribute to the solution of the significant environmental problem caused by gasoline-powered vehicles by designing, manufacturing and marketing a variety of affordable, electric cars to the American and global markets. Currently, the Company manufactures a proprietary USDOT certified four-door electric sedan. The Company is in negotiations with several international vehicle manufacturers to develop joint ventures to bring quality, cost-effective vehicles to the United States for certification and distribution, although there can be no assurance that any of these joint ventures will ultimately be entered and finalized.
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