Exo Sports Cars Ltd - The OTHER rocket... Apr 16, 2016 9:01:42 GMT
Post by Mills Extreme Vehicles on Apr 16, 2016 9:01:42 GMT
It's not unpleasant, defamatory and there have been arguments from both schools of thought. I see no reason to cover it up.
So, finally, just so that I have got this exactly straight in my mind, the full range of vehicles work out like this:
The Exomotive Rocket Mk.1 is NOT MEV Approved, and should not be still on sale.
The MEV Rocket Mk.2 is an Officially MEV Approved vehicle, to be sold under the name of "Exoleader" by an as yet unannounced company.
The Brimoto Rocket Mk.2 is NOT MEV Approved, based upon the Mk.1, but is perfectly legal, as Brimoto wholly owns the IP??
The Exomotive Rocket Mk.2 is NOT MEV Approved and arguably should not still be on sale, as it is unofficially based upon the Mk.1, for which they do not own the IP??
The Sonic 7 is an Officially MEV Approved vehicle, wholly owned and sold by Equilibrium Sports Cars.
The MEV Exocet an Officially MEV Approved vehicle, wholly owned and sold by MEV Ltd.
The MEV Replicar an Officially MEV Approved vehicle, wholly owned and sold by MEV Ltd.
The Exomotive Exobusa, Atomic, Triabusa, Tr1ke, Exotech, Exoninja and Exoblade are all Officially MEV Approved and are wholly owned and sold by Exomotive??
Please could you correct me if I've got this wrong.
Hi, nearly but not quite right, I have taken the liberty of amending your quote below. I fear this thread is corrupt as it is highly likely that some posts are from an associate of the Company they are supporting. But I agree it is only right that some kind of informative, factual statement is made permanent on here to allow potential customers some background information regarding the suppliers so they can proceed with confidence in their purchase.
I proposed the text in blue in my post, this has met the satisfaction of Paul Holmes (ESC/RTR Director) who has emailed to say he is happy with it. Please comment if you would like to see any further info added to the blue text.
I would like us all to move on if possible ASAPP and nail this once and for all.
The ESC Classic Rocket Mk1. Is NOT MEV Approved as they do not have a licence from MEV to manufacture it.
The ESC Rocket II. Is NOT MEV Approved and should not be on sale as it is based upon the Mk1 for which they do not own the IP.
The Brimoto Rocket Mk2. Is based on the MKI, it will be inspected with a view of becoming MEV approved.
The Sonic 7. Officially MEV Approved, wholly owned and sold by Equilibrium Sports Cars.
The MEV Exocet. Officially MEV Approved, wholly owned and sold by MEV Ltd and Exomotive in the USA.
The MEV Replicar. Officially MEV Approved, wholly owned and sold by MEV Ltd and Exomotive in the USA.
The ESC products are not MEV approved.