LyteHorse Labs’ ATV hits the US market with a manufacturing partnership
The LyteHorse began its life as a stand-on hop-off golf vehicle and has evolved into an all-wheel drive work utility vehicle that carries both people and equipment.
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Technology / IIoT
STERLING HEIGHTS — On Jul. 6, LyteHorse Labs, a Canadian Electric Performance Vehicle company announced its expansion into the United States through a manufacturing partnership with Mayco International, LLC. Michigan-based Mayco International is a Tier 1 automotive components, products, and engineering services supplier.
With Mayco’s partnership, LyteHorse Labs hopes to ensure the ability to deliver their new product — and at scale — using Mayco’s reputation. LyteHorse Labs hopes to become the next Michigan vehicle manufacturing success story by bringing the production of their electric vehicle form factor to the heart of all things automotive in America.
“Our journey to perfect the LyteHorse is now an immediate pathway to serve the global appetite for a wider application subset of electric mobility,” says Allen Bonk, CEO of LyteHorse Labs. “Mayco provides us with an accelerated time to market and efficient supply chain expertise that will allow us to serve large order customers such as major US dealers, law enforcement, US government agencies, and the military.”
The LyteHorse began its life as a stand-on hop-off golf vehicle and has evolved into an all-wheel drive work utility vehicle that carries both people and equipment. The electric motor integration boasts over 2,500 pounds of towing capacity. Its versatility purports to allow LyteHorse to be effective over a wide range of industries, terrain, and use scenarios.