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Get the best support for AC Propulsion and contact technician on our toll-free number AC Propulsion Customer Service. AC Propulsion is a San Dimas, California, USA company founded in 1992 by Alan
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Get the best support for AC Propulsion and contact technician on our toll-free number AC Propulsion Customer Service. AC Propulsion is a San Dimas, California, USA company founded in 1992 by Alan Cocconi and Wally Rippel that specializes in alternating current-based drivetrain systems for electric vehicles. It offers AC-induction traction motors. The company produces electric vehicle drive systems featuring high performance, high efficiency induction motors and integrated high power battery charging. AC Propulsion Customer Service Previously, they built an electric sports car, the tzero and the eBox, an electric conversion based on the Scion XB. They also develop prototype electric vehicles for OEM customers.

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Founder Alan Cocconi designed and built the controller used in the original GM Impact, which later became the GM EV1. ACP introduced the first AC-100 in 1992 and the AC-150 150 kW (200 hp) integrated drive system in 1994. The AC-150 has been used in a variety of applications such as the BMW Mini E, Luxgen7 MPV van, Foton Midi taxi and a USPS LLV demo vehicle. AC Propulsion Customer Service AC Propulsion is a leader in Vehicle to grid or V2G systems, with their second generation AC-150 drivetrain offering a bidirectional grid power connection. AC Propulsion announced a partnership with Yulon Group to build an electric MPV under Yulon Group’s LUXGEN brand in October 10, 2008. Martin Eberhard and Elon Musk had both taken test drives in the lithium-ion battery powered revision of the AC Propulsion tzero before joining Tesla Motors. Martin Eberhard encouraged Tom Gage and Alan Cocconi to move their prototype tzero into production. AC Propulsion Customer Service When they declined, in favor of working on their electrified Scion xB called the eBox, Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning incorporated Tesla Motors to pursue the idea of building an electric roadster in the spirit of the tzero. Elon Musk later test drove the tzero as well, and he also encouraged AC Propulsion to commercialize the vehicle. Tom Gage again deferred, but put Elon Musk in contact with Martin Eberhard.

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