Are you curious to see what is happening with California’s Green Automotive Company? Or curious to see how a vehicle is assembled? Then this is for you.

Green Automotive Company (GAC) is organizing its first Open Day on the 4th of May to present its new manufacturing facility in Riverside, Calif., and to view the first buses to roll off the production line.

The GAC management team will all be there, and available to discuss aspects of the groups achievements and future plans.

Green Automotive said it has made significant changes to its company over the past 9 months in order to become a competitive player in automotive niche markets.

Its acquisition of Liberty Electric Cars, including its unique technical expertise in EV technology, have been followed by the acquisition of Newport Coachworks, the California-based shuttle bus and limo manufacturer, and GoinGreen, the largest single distributor of EVs in Europe.

The Newport Coachworks team has been working to build its first “all American” shuttle buses in its new state-of-the-art production facility in Riverside.

nciproductionfacility-668The company is now starting to deliver the first buses to its major customer, Don Brown, who has placed several orders that are expected to fill the plant’s current capacity for the next 2 years.

To meet this demand, GAC said it has invested heavily in the most technically advanced machinery such as a 5 axis CNC machine and a full length spray booth and oven for painting even the longest buses.

Furthermore the company has embarked on the development of its first “All American” electric shuttle bus in cooperation with its specialist EV division Liberty Electric Cars.

These successful developments have prompted Green Automotive to invite all its stakeholders to view the facility in Riverside and to share with them the latest achievements.

Commenting on the day, Ian Hobday, Director GAC, said that “the day is open to our customers, the press, VIPs from region, suppliers and of course our Shareholders and Investors. Thanks to our Californian team, we have made tremendous progress in the past months and we would like to share this outstanding result with all of our stakeholders.”

According to Newport Coachworks’ Web site, the company is committed to producing vehicles that help to reduce CO2 emissions and through technology available from its sister company Liberty Electric Cars, is able to offer eco-friendly solutions to all its customers. The Newport Coachworks “Green series” include: CNG, Hybrid and all electric vehicles.

Those interested in joining the event on the 4th of May can confirm their participation to the Open Day on the company’s Web site.