The Tomcar Australia LV1 will make its global public debut at the International Mining and Resource Conference (IMARC) in Melbourne today.
The Australian-built electric car has been at work on a remote NSW mine site and is expected to enter full-scale production early next year, now though the public gets to see the LV1 for themselves.
Tomcar Australia Co-Founder and CEO David Brim says the LV1 is proving to be keenly sought-after by mining operations across the globe.
“We are delighted to show off the LV1 to the public for the very first time.
“It will only be at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre for the two days of the show as it then heads back to the mine for its final phase of testing, before production commences early next year.
“Tomcar Australia will soon be the only vehicle manufacturer here and the fact that the LV1 has received worldwide attention thanks to its Australian design and ingenuity, makes me very proud”.