February 7th, 2013 | by Nicholas Brown
Amp announced a new testing program with TRC Inc to "independently test the vehicle to ensure it can survive the rigors of package delivery in an environment where it is common to keep their vans in service for 20 years or more." Amp says the final pre-production test program should be completed within the next month."
October 20th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro
A lot of people and companies bet that the new wave of electric vehicles would have a lot more buyers than there turned out to be. This has led many companies to reevaluate their product portfolio, including AMP Electric Vehicles. The Ohio-based company announced this week that they would cease converting passenger vehicles, and would instead focus on the more-lucrative fleet conversion business.
September 4th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro
Can electric trucks stand up to the rigors of daily heavy-duty work? That is the question Amp is trying to answer with a line of heavy-duty trucks and vans. Just last week, Amp delivered its first electric step van conversion to Navistar, boasting some serious heavy duty credentials. But is there a market for limited-range, heavy-duty vehicles? As it turns out, yes, a very large one