Palm Springs, California-based DiMora Motorcar is expanding its roster of automobiles with its first all-electric car, set to debut later this year.
Company founder Sir Alfred J. DiMora’s 40-year background in the automotive industry and 20-year background in new technology implementation includes development of the world’s fastest hyper-computer, as well as other innovations used in the automotive industry.
“Fifteen years ago I predicted that cars would become computers, move away from being gasoline powered, and move toward being more sustainable,” said DiMora. “With the state-of-the-art system that we’ve developed, there is no doubt that our technology will be ready for market sooner than my original estimates.”
Each customer will have the opportunity to customize their DiMora e-car by choosing the interior leather, paint color scheme, and other personal touches that that will make it as unique as the individual purchasing it.
“An important goal is to help reduce not only our carbon footprint, but also that of our environmentally-conscious clientele,” said DiMora. “We are in a position to make a difference for the better, so we intend to expand our focus into the green marketplace with our unique automobiles.”
While a proprietary DiMora motor will propel the e-car, it will inherit many features from the DiMora Vicci 6.2. Carbon DFD technology will help keep the car as lightweight as possible while also being sensitive to the demands being made by consumers looking for a more cost-effective electric car price point option.
DiMora Motorcar is open to pursuing partnerships with the likes of Google, Apple, or other like-minded technology firms that are entering into the electric and autonomous vehicle market. The company not only has a proven track record in the automotive industry, but also in the adaptation of cutting-edge technology within the automobiles that they build. DiMora also has no shareholders and no debt, which makes it an enticing commodity to other companies seeking to acquire proven technology products for the electric car industry.