Genovation Cars Profiled In Spiegel Online
Genovation Cars, a manufacturer of advanced green vehicles, was recently profiled in Spiegel Online, the online version of German weekly news magazine Der Spiegel. It is one of the most visited news websites written in the German language. The article was published on March 19, 2012.
You can read the full text of the article (in German) below, as well as watch the accompanying video.
Grün, grüner, Genovation: Das amerikanische Start-Up-Unternehmen…
Could Maryland be the next Detroit? (Washington Post)
(Washington Post) Andrew Saul started Genovation Cars in late 2007 without any intention of building automobiles from scratch. He said he simply wanted to customize sports cars and convert fleets into hybrid vehicles.
Then the economy crashed. Fleet managers were low on money, and people weren’t very interested in souped-up sports cars anymore.
“It began to make more sense for us to create something from the ground up,” said Saul, 46. “For someone to take a new car and get rid of a perfectly good engine didn’t seem like a viable business model.”
Live Broadcast from the UMD Wind Tunnel as the G2 is Tested (Fox 45)
Fox 45 broadcast live from the UMD wind tunnel as Genovation tested its new, MIPS-backed, hybrid/electric car. Original broadcast date - 1.30.2012. Click the link below to watch the video on Fox 45's website:
Company aims to build viable electric car in Md (Baltimore Sun)
By Candus Thomson
COLLEGE PARK —Genovation Cars Inc., a Rockville-based company, wants to do what many in the auto industry have failed to do — build a fully electric, battery-powered vehicle that the public embraces.
On Thursday, company executives were at the Glenn L. Martin Wind Tunnel on the University of Maryland, College Park campus to show off the aerodynamic properties of the G2, as the car is called, and talk up their project. Genovation has won a $135,000 product development grant from the Maryland Industrial Partnerships, a university program.
Genovation CEO Andrew Saul has turned to a small Maryland…
Rockville Company Tests Hybrid Model In UMD Wind Tunnel (CNS Maryland)
A Maryland company, Genovation Cars, is in the process of creating a plug-in electric hybrid they are calling the G2.
On Thursday, co-founders Andrew Saul and Steven Rogers came to College Park to test the model of the car in the Glenn L. Martin Wind Tunnel on the campus of the University of Maryland. The model used in the demonstration was created by American Dynamics Flight Systems of Jessup.
The cars are expected to be in production as early as 2015, said Andrew Saul, the CEO of Genovation Cars, and they will cost in the ballpark of $60,000.…