Founded in 1992, AC Propulsion produces electric vehicle technology and provides engineering services and technology licenses to automotive and other clients throughout the world.
In 1994, AC Propulsion unveiled the AC-150, an innovative 200 horsepower integrated drive system for compact to mid-size passenger cars that attained 0-60 mph acceleration in 6.2 seconds and a 145-mile range. In 1997, AC Propulsion introduced the original tzero™ sports car at the LA Auto Show, and showcased its capability for 0-60 mph in 4.9 seconds, while reliably achieving a 80-100 mile driving range. In 2006, AC Propulsion created the eBox, the world's first vehicle-to-grid (V2G) capable electric vehicle.
Since then, AC Propulsion has issued and owns 6 patents on electric vehicle technology, many of which have been customized for our technology and automotive customers globally.
AC Propulsion's headquarters, engineering, manufacturing, and test facilities are located in San Dimas, CA, and we operate a wholly-owned manufacturing plant in Shanghai PRC.