This is Quantum, the Bolivian electric car that will be sold in Mexico

From 2023the Quantum Electric Vehicle, of boliviawill be marketed in Mexico, thanks to the alliance with the Mexican company Industrial Power. East It will be the most economical car of its type in the countryaffirmed the Foreign Ministry.

The Secretary of Foreign Relations, Marcelo Ebrard, showed the car through social networks during his visit to Bolivia, after announcing that companies from both nations began talks to manufacture lithium.

The company Industrias Quantum Motors is the first Bolivian industry dedicated to the manufacture of electric cars. Likewise, it is the first South American company in producing and marketing 100% electric urban vehicles.

It has two models of cars of this type. E3 has a capacity for 3 peoplewith 3,000 watts of power and reaches up to 60km/h speed. It is 100% electric, with a lithium battery that can travel up to 100 kilometers on a charge.

For its part, the E4 can also carry up to 3 people, but it has 4,000 watts of power and reaches a speed of 50km/h. It is also 100% electric and its lithium battery can travel up to 50 km.

Created in 2019, the company operates in Bolivia, Peru, Paraguay and El Salvador. At the beginning of 2022, he announced the creation of a lithium battery factory.

In 2021, Quantum and Industrial Power formalized an alliance to create a plant in Mexico City, the company’s first outside of Bolivia.

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Power Industrial is a Mexican company with more than 100 years of experience in the development of electric motors and generators.

In a message broadcast through Twitter, the Mexican foreign minister said that the proposal of the Bolivian president, Evo Morales Ayma, is that “lithium be national property, the largest possible section of the batteries in Bolivia be processed and even vehicles be produced. here”

“That which was heard very remote when it was proposed several years ago, today is a reality,” he declared.

The visit to Bolivia, from August 4 to 6, by Marcelo Ebrard took place within the framework of the Anniversary of the Independence of the Plurinational State of Bolivia.

During her, The Foreign Minister visited the Lithium Plant in the Salar de Uyuni to “promote exchanges and the transfer of scientific and technological knowledge in the field of Lithium,” reported the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE).

Lithium is a silvery-white metallic chemical element. One of its main uses in the world is in the battery manufacturing. It is found in the batteries of the technological devices, such as: pacemakers, laptops, smartphones and in electric cars.

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