With over $1.2 million in investment, Battle Approved Motors proves the health of the electric vehicle market

“It’s great to see that the electric vehicle market continues to expand despite some volatility in traditional equity and cryptocurrency markets. What I find most exciting about the sector’s momentum is not just that capital continues to flow in, but where it’s flowing from – people We want to move the world forward with green, renewable energy and challenge the status quo. More and more people are realizing that the future will be based on electrical energy,” said ChrisJamesFounder and CEO of Battle Approved Motors.

be depicted in; characterized in Robb report and Business InsiderBAM develops electric vehicle technology for work and performance-oriented off-road vehicles and creates zero-emission vehicles with a lower carbon footprint, no noise pollution and reliable, high-performance electric batteries. Working in partnership with top investors, pro riders and key industry brands, they are currently raising funds for one of the first out-of-the-box, race-ready luxury UTVs, due to be ready by 2023. To honor its launch, BAM plans to launch a new electric off-road racing series created in collaboration with DASH Radio and its founders.

Around the world, the electric vehicle market has continued its upward trend over the past decade, with manufacturers and consumers focusing on increasing energy efficiency, reducing fuel dependency and reducing CO2 emissions. Also contributing to this growth are government incentives to promote sales and manufacturing, tax rebates on purchasing, and falling battery costs.

BAM is poised to continue growing the EV industry with a safer, professional-grade UTV that goes off the trail and onto the street—street legal in over 32 states for anyone 16 and older to drive.

For more information on the future of electric UTVs, visit BattleApproved.com

About battle-hardened engines
Founded by ChrisJamesa former BMX racer, filmmaker and entrepreneur, Battle-legal engines (BAM) is an early-stage start-up currently in the design, testing and validation stages of one of the first luxury electric UTVs, backed by leading investors including Red Bull Crandon World Cup Champion Keegan KincaidUFC mixed martial arts fighter Michelle Waterson and entrepreneurs Scott Keeney (DJ SKEE). BAM has more than tightened $1.2M in financing. For more information, see BattleApproved.com.

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