A vehicle is much more than an engine or motor. One of the key tenets of our design philosophy is a commitment to functional design and head-turning styling without sacrificing our commitment to safe, green transportation. For example, MyCar features innovative features that include a surprisingly, spacious interior and an expansive visual field that provides excellent outward visibility and an airy feeling.
Weight is the enemy of efficiency, so the MyCar is designed on a light weight chassis that allows us to engineer ride, handling, steering, and braking characteristics that make our cars fun to drive. Just because a car is friendly to the environment doesn't mean it cant be fun to drive.
A car has to be comfortable to drive. All controls and need to be instinctive to operate and easy to read. Gauges should provide the important information you need, at a glance. Our interior designers pay careful attention to ergonomics, comfort, and functionality.
The GTA Product line encompassing the GTA G-2 Sedan and much loved MyCar are built to be fun to drive, giving you full immediately responsive controls. Through our innovative design and technology driving is fun again. Never having to stop to buy expensive gasoline may also put a smile on your face.
Energy is the amount of power consumed over time, and power is how quickly something consumes energy. These translate to driving range and acceleration, respectively. we have maximized both while reducing battery weight.
We incorporate high levels of active and passive safety. MyCar, our low-speed NEV, incorporates GTA's safety cell technology, featuring an aluminum space frame with rigid, energy-absorbing structures up front and tall side sills to help prevent injuries during side impacts. MyCar also has 4-wheel disc brakes and responsive steering and handling. For us, safety is paramount and is first and foremost built into our innovation and design.
September 16th 2013 GreenTech Automotive Hires Former CEO of Porsche Engineering Service Paul S. Ritchie as Senior Vice President of EngineeringSeptember 10th 2013 10 Questions with Dennis Dougherty, COO of GreenTech AutomotiveJuly 29th 2013 GreenTech Automotive Hires Dennis Dougherty as Chief Operating Officer.
GreenTech Automotive, Inc.
1323 US Hwy 61,
Tunica, MS 38676