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2230 East Artesia Boulevard

Long Beach, CA 90805

United States

Phone: 310-454-5658

Fax: 310-450-0202

Vision Industries Corp. develops and produces zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell/electric hybrid powered Class 8 trucks and terminal tractors. The company operates in the short-haul, drayage trucking category. Products The company’s products include the Tyrano, a short-haul Class 8 tractor; and the Zero-Emission Terminal Tractor (Zero-TT), a single axle terminal tractor co-developed with Cargotec USA, a maker of terminal tractors. Tyrano: The Vision Tyrano is a dual-propulsion, Class 8 zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell/electric hybrid heavy-duty truck designed to move containerized cargo from port to rail yard. With a GCVWR of 80,000 lbs. the Tyrano uses Lithium-ion batteries to power an electric motor and hydrogen fuel cells to extend its range. The core technologies incorporated into the Tyrano is a proprietary power management system that controls and monitors a battery pack’s state-of-charge the energy demands of an electric drivetrain, along with precise usage of hydrogen gas from its unique storage technology. Vision (Zero-TT) Terminal Tractors: The Zero-TT is a Class 8 facility-only Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Hybrid vehicle. It has a 130,000 lbs. GCVWR and is designed to move the really-heavy containerized cargo inside a port facility or central distribution center. The Zero-TT is designed to operate for two full eight-hour shifts with refillable hydrogen tanks. In 2012, Balqon Corporation entered into a joint development agreement with the company to build its zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell /electric hybrid terminal tractor, the Zero-TT. Cheetah: The Cheetah Supercar is a zero-emission passenger sports car prototype, using the company’s proprietary hybrid hydrogen drive system which can deliver 425 horsepower and 1,350 ft/lbs of torque. Customers The company markets its vehicles to drayage operators at the twin Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and plans to expand its target market nationally to all fleet operators, owner-operators, and original equipment manufacturers. Research and Development The company spent $13,197 on research and development during the year ended December 31, 2012. Government Regulation The company must obtain emission compliance certification from the Environmental Protection Agency to introduce vehicles, engines and/or engine conversion kits into commerce in the United States, and from the California Air Resources Board to introduce vehicles, engines, and/or engine conversion kits into commerce in California. History The company was founded in 2004. It was incorporated in Florida in 2004 as Cheetah Consulting, Inc. and changed its name to Vision Industries Corp. in 2008.

 

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