Wheego Now Autonomous Electric Tech Company, Not An Automaker

Wheego Electric Cars has been transformed into Wheego Technologies providing autonomous vehicle technologies mostly in China, the company’s chief said. In an interview with WardsAuto, Wheego CEO Mike McQuary explained the company’s transition from a manufacturer of small electric cars in the U.S. to a supplier of electric vehicle and autonomous-driving technology to other companies. Wheego Electric Cars, started up in 2009 and was based in Atlanta. The company sold about 400 Wheego Whip and LiFe units through a network of affiliated dealers in the U.S. McQuary said that it’s been nearly three years since any Wheego electric cars have been delivered to dealers. The company’s focus is now on developing products for autonomous vehicles that use machine learning and artificial intelligence, he said. Wheego Technologies has two divisions of…


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