Reva may set up car plant in Iceland

Published On November 13, 2009 By at Gaadi

Electric car maker Reva Electric Car Company is planning to set up an assembling plant in Iceland. The company has joined hands with Northern Light Energy for developing electric vehicles for the North Atlantic island nation.


Northern Light Energy (NLE) would be the exclusive distributor for Reva's NXR and NXG cars in Iceland. NLE has a project for 2012 to develop infrastructure and services for electric vehicles in Iceland. NXR and the NXG were showcased by Reva at Frankfurt Auto Fair in September. The vehicles are expected to be launched in 2010 and 2011 respectively.

"The 2012 project is one of the most ambitious yet achievable transport electrification projects in the world today and we are pleased to be able to contribute our technologies and products," said Keith Johnston, President (European Operations), Reva.