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Lunaz expands

Thursday, 17 February 2022 at 9:00:00 UTC


Al Suttie

EV firm to grow to 350 employees

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British classic car electric conversion firm Lunaz reports rapid growth and predicts it will have a workforce of more than 350 by the end of 2023.

The company says demand for its EV-converted classics means it is now taking orders for 2024, with commissions for this year and 2023 now full. Part of this is due to a resurgent hospitality sector driving demand for Lunaz’s EV-converted Bentley, Range Rover and Rolls-Royce cars.

David Lorenz, founder and CEO of Lunaz, said: ‘Surging global demand for an electrified and remastered classic car by Lunaz is affirmation that clients are responding to a proposition that preserves the most celebrated cars in British automotive history while answering the pressing global requirement to transition to more sustainable practices.

‘We are proud to introduce an entirely new and conscious audience to the pleasures of classic car ownership by answering the key questions of reliability, usability and sustainability. We are delighted to further the legacies of these beautiful vehicles in greater numbers in doing so creating highly skilled jobs and economic impact.’

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