Bulgarian SIN Cars racing car manufacturer plans to expand to the electric car market

Photo: sincars.co.uk

The manufacturer of sporting models, racing against top-notch makes in this segment like Porsche, Aston Martin or Maserati, is planning to put on the market a multifunctional small town car, to be used for courier services and as taxis.

Sin Cars owner Rosen Daskalov says that “this is the kind of transport European towns need. City centres will soon be closed to diesel cars. China is a long way off and we can offer better quality.”

The company which turns out about 50 race cars a year for clients in USA, South America and Australia is planning to transfer 40 percent of its shares to a new company to finance the manufacture of electric town cars. Sin Cars is expected to present its L-City model at the motor show in Geneva. Its serial production is to begin in 2020.


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