DSG Global’s EV division moves to new Silicon Valley facility
The new location has over 100,000 square feet of space that includes production areas, office space, and a larger showroom.
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SURREY — DSG Global Inc.’s electric vehicle division, Imperium Motor Corp., will be moving to a new location in Silicon Valley.
The new location has over 100,000 square feet of space that includes production areas, office space, and a larger showroom according to the announcement from DSG Global.
“It didn’t take long to outgrow our location in Fairfield, and we realized relatively quickly that we would need additional space to accommodate our primary Imperium SEV rollout,” said Robert Silzer, CEO of DSG Global in a statement.
“The additional space is necessary as we ramp up operations and see growing interest and a need to widen our Distribution, Assembly, Parts and Service support.”
The company mentioned that its new location is in Milpitas just one exit down from the Fremont Tesla production plant in California.
Their new facility is equipped to assemble the new line of “Shelby” performance brand Golf Carts.
There are three models available: Shelby GT-350®, Shelby GT-500®, and the ultimate in performance, the Shelby Cobra.
Vantage Tag will also be assembling its new private label Vantage Golf Cart line.
These Vantage golf carts will feature long-range lithium battery packs; a “state-of-the-art” auto-park braking system, brushless AC motor technology; onboard fast charging and Bluetooth telemetry.
“The golf cart industry has been stagnant even as new innovations pile up,” added Silzer.
“This multi-billion-dollar industry is ripe for disruption and our value proposition is set to revolutionize this market. The industry is certainly paying attention with sales from retail dealers to distributors worldwide vying to participate to get ahead in the next-gen, new-look cart market with GPS TAG functionality installed as a standard feature.”