Dynasty Electric Car Corporation designs, manufactures and markets zero emission, electric Low Speed Vehicles (LSV's) for urban, recreational and light commercial markets such as planned and gated communities, destination resorts, industrial complexes and universities.
Dynasty's head office and manufacturing facility is located in Delta, B.C. Dynasty began the design of the IT line of electric LSV's in the fall of 1999, and produced the first Sedan model in April of 2001.
The market for electric LSV's was validated in 1998 when the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) created a new class of motor vehicle, the LSV. Currently, 35 states have passed legislation accepting the NHTSA ruling on LSV's, allowing vehicles to be driven on roads with a 35 mph (60 kph) or less posted speed limit. LSV's have a maximum allowable speed of 25 mph (40 kph). To qualify as a LSV, NHTSA requires the vehicle to be equipped with an automotive safety windshield, turn signals, mirrors, wiper blade, head and tail lights, and seatbelts.
The IT line of electric vehicles are distinctive because of their innovative styling and advanced engineering design. Optional packages including an enclosed driver compartment, heat and de-mist will address market needs well beyond the scope of existing products.
The Dynasty project has evolved as a result of the vision of a "team" of experienced business professionals, automotive designers, engineering and production specialists intent on meeting the demands of the global marketplace.
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