Ronn Motor Group (RMG) is officially back at the forefront of the high-tech vehicle market, with CEO and founder Ronn Maxwell trumpeting the resurgence of his 2007-founded business from Scottsdale company headquarters on Tuesday.
In 2008, RMG debuted the Scorpion, the first "eco-exotic" sports car, enhanced with a proprietary hydrogen-fueled engine. RMG made international headlines by receiving invitations to luxury car shows and appearing in publications such as DuPont Registry, Bloomberg, Wired and Motor Trend.
RMG's newest project finds the company currently working on the next eco-exotic version 2.0 automobile — to include state-of-the-art technologies — with the goal of being brought to market in 2016. RMG's final objective is to expand its product line into a selection of automobiles, including more affordable models.
Ronn Motor Group recently began "crowd equity funding" through Regulation A+, which was adopted by the SEC in June 2015, providing expanded investment choices for existing investors and likewise allowing RMG to broaden its investor market. Together with recent economic climate changes, the company is eager to usher in a new era of community-engaged funding strategies.
"I am excited about sharing our automobiles with the market to further fulfill my dream," Maxwell said. "Through the Regulation A+ offering, we are able to give the general public the opportunity to become partners with us, so I invite all to visit our website, and if so moved, reserve shares as part of our exciting journey."
Ronn Motor Group specializes in automotive design, assembly and cutting-edge technology integration. The company encourages investors “to follow their journey and join them in not only creating, but owning the dream.”
Scottsdale, AZ, United States