Wheego Retooled as EV-, Autonomous-Tech Supplier

Former EV-maker Wheego aims to be tech supplier to Chinese automakers. As U.S. automakers strive to bring autonomous driving R&D in-house, some small companies with the technology are looking to China for investors and customers. Wheego Technologies, best known for making a small electric car, is doing just that. Previously known as Wheego Electric Cars, the company no longer produces EVs. It now sees itself as an R&D company, and it aims to supply Chinese automakers with electric-vehicle and autonomous-driving technology. “We are a technology company whose primary focus is on EVs and autonomous driving systems,” CEO Mike McQuary tells WardsAuto. Based in Atlanta, Wheego was founded in 2009 to produce small EVs. It sold about 400 units through a network of dealers in the U.S. But those dealers haven’t…


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