Compal, the electronic product company, is planning to launch an electric car.
The company’s CEO, Dan Oltman, said the car, the Luso E-Diesel, will offer a “much higher performance than the current diesel and gas-powered vehicles.”
It will be the first electric vehicle to hit the market, he said.
Compal’s new Lusos, which will be available this year, will come with the company’s latest battery technology and offer up to 500 miles of range on a single charge.
The car, which weighs about 700 pounds, is powered by a Compal lithium ion battery pack that uses Compal technology.
The electric version will be able to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds, according to Compal.
“Compal is bringing the most advanced lithium ion batteries to the market in a new form factor and technology that is also very efficient and lightweight,” said Oltmann.
“It offers a much higher performance and performance than current diesel or gas-driven vehicles.”
Oltmans company has a long history of building high-tech products for consumers, but he said the new Lusesos will offer an entirely new level of performance.
“We are very excited about the Luseso E.
Diesel,” he said, adding that the car will be a “great addition to the compal family.”
Compal is also developing a new type of battery pack, which is lighter, smaller and uses less power.
The Lusocan battery pack can store up to 200 grams of lithium ion, or 1,000 times more energy, and can also be used to power other products like computers and cameras.
The new battery technology will make it possible for compal to offer the latest in electronic and energy-saving technologies, according the company.
Compaal will offer the LUSO E-Bike and LUSOCAN electric vehicles for consumers and retailers beginning in the fourth quarter of 2018.
Compala has also created a smartphone app that will let consumers and retail stores access the Compal Lusoluses online store, which can sell a wide variety of electric cars.
The app, called CompalLusos.com, allows customers to browse the Compaals range of electric vehicles.
Compac is a division of Compal that produces the lithium ion cell battery packs used in all of Compael products.
Compapro is a subsidiary of Compala that develops and manufactures lithium ion electric cars, electric scooters, electric bikes and other high-performance electric vehicles and accessories.
The Compaels company, which includes Compaas car and electric scooter, also produces and markets a range of other products for the consumer, including a range-extending vehicle called Compaapro.