Volcon celebrates a milestone 60th dealership in the US, within 4 months of opening its dealership program.
Texas based Volcon Inc. (NASDAQ: VLCN), signs a milestone 60th dealership. The company opened its dealer applications in North America last year to showcase and sell its off-road vehicles. In just 160 days, 365 applications were sent in by interested dealerships across the US.
The strong response from dealers solidifies Volcon’s anticipated demand for electric powersports in the market and the readiness of riders that created a great buzz around the Grunt and Runt electric motorcycles, the first in Volcon’s planned line of off-road vehicles.
Volcon has even more plans for a potential scrambler style motorcycle by end of 2023, and another enduro model that might follow in 2024. These are ambitious plans (and these are just for 2-wheelers), but as the company scales up, they continue to aim set their goals in accord.
These news come not long after the company announced the initiation of the first shipping deliveries to Latin America. Expanding internationally, through customer shipments to Guatemala and Paraguay, marked an important accomplishment for Volcon.
We originally covered the Grunt and Runt electric off-road bikes, just a year ago, as the company first announced the two rugged off-road models’ release. In just less than four months after that, Volcon had already started production and delivered its first North American products. Their massive growth was a result of going public on the NYSE and ramping up their investment.
The Volcon 60th dealership is another important step for the company’s strategic plan to expand to more electric off-road vehicles, and have worldwide presence.
“We are privileged to have the opportunity to launch our dealer network with such a great group of people”
“Each individual we work with shows a similar passion for the brand’s success as we do. Our dealers are not just business partners. They are part of a community that embraces powersports as a way of life. They see Volcon as an opportunity to provide a product that is currently missing in their customer offering and a whole new market opportunity.”Melissa Coffey, Director of Global Sales and Service
You can already check out Volcon’s dealer locator on their website, showing current locations where the Volcon ePowersports vehicles will be up for sale and serviced. Among the signed dealers are some well-known names in the US powersports business, including Power Lodge with four locations in Florida and Minnesota, Mom’s with nine locations across the Northeast, and World of Powersports with four dealerships in Illinois.
Volcon mentions they continues to receive interest in electric-powered powersports products and expects to start delivering products to dealers in May 2022.
The company will definitely not stop at that, as they plan to continue and scale up with their interested distributers and dealer. Volcon is planning to further expend their 2-wheeler line to the Runt and Stag 4-wheeler off road vehicle and even more to come. The vehicles have received plenty of attention, nailing the company the 60th dealership in only 4 months.