In late 2009, GTA CEO, Charles Wang, announced plans for a new automotive complex to be based in the great state of Mississippi. That vision is being realized today.With 380,000 square feet under roof, GTA's first plant is used for the production of GTA's first vehicle; a neighborhood electric vehicle (NEV) named MyCar. MyCar has evolved from a concept car created by the world-renowned Italian designer, Giorgetto Giugiaro.Production of MyCar and its derivatives, plus the all-new vehicles to be added to the product portfolio will help GTA in its aim to create 5,000 new direct and indirect jobs in Mississippi and the vendor base nationwide.
In late 2013, MyCar production will move to GTA's all-new, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located approximately 20 miles away in Tunica, MS. The first phase of this automotive industrial complex will be a 300,000 square foot assembly operation. The Tunica plant will become the home of MyCar and future GTA hybrid and electric models like our soon to be launched GTA G-2 Sedan.
We are proud to say, Made in America, exported to the world. A new tradition in the making, soon to be realized. GreenTech Automotives first U.S. Manufacturing facility is proudly located in Horn Lake, MS.
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GreenTech Automotive, Inc.
1323 US Hwy 61,
Tunica, MS 38676