Korean CT&T Partners with 2AM Group for Duncan, South Carolina Electric Vehicle Plant
"Upstate South Carolina is an ideal location for our first North American assembly facility," said CT&T CEO Young Gi Lee. "We are very happy to be located in an area that provides automotive infrastructure, a skilled work force, and proximity to markets that are prime targets for electric vehicle ownership."
The new assembly plant will be located in Duncan, South Carolina. CT&T will have access to more than 300,000 square feet of space due to the existing 2AM facility. CT&T also has U.S. operations in Atlanta and Long Beach, California.
CT&T's flagship e ZONE and c ZONE vehicles will be produced in South Carolina. The e ZONE can travel up to 70 miles on a single charge, and the smaller c ZONE is designed for neighborhood transportation in developments such as planned communities and resorts.
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