Qiantu K50 By Mullen Wins Governor’s Choice Award At Balboa Bay Club Car Show
BREA, California, June 16, 2019 - Mullen Technologies, Inc. (“Mullen” or the “Company”) showcased the K50 this past weekend at the Father’s Day Car Show at the Balboa Bay Club in Newport Beach, CA. This annual event is the 12th running at Balboa Bay Club and features some of the most sought-after vehicles in the world, including Ferrari, Pagani, McLaren, Porsche, Lamborghini, Maserati and many more.
The K50 was selected for the BC Governor’s Choice Award. This award is bestowed to the “best in class” vehicle at the event and highlights both the judge’s and crowd’s excitement and interest for the K50.
“The K50 is a beautiful car, proudly standing alongside some of the best cars in the world, says Mullen Founder & CEO David Michery. To our left, we had the new Acura NSX and to our right a beautiful McLaren 720S. I’m honored the K50 was chosen and awarded amongst such world class automobiles.”
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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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