|08/20/13 11:00AM||Racing & Performance, Restorations, Restyling, SEMA Update, Trucks, Wheels|
ADOMANI Just Got Even More Muscle
For several years, Mr. Goldberg has been looking to support an innovative technology that steps into the green arena for vehicles. With ADOMANI's simple patented bolt-on driveshaft which transforms ordinary gas engines into hybrids or all electrics without removing the existing motor, Bill Goldberg recognized this was a great way to lend his name and support to reduce carbon emissions.
Mr. Goldberg has agreed to be the spokesman for ADOMANI for four years as his contribution and effort to help strengthen community economies while protecting the environment at the same time. Mr. Goldberg said: "The patented electric driveshaft is what we need to convert the millions of vehicles on the road into all electrics or hybrids. I especially want to be involved in helping convert school buses and fleet trucks into all electrics or hybrids so our children can be protected from the toxic pollutants which are produced today from the diesel fumes.
The EPA and DOE have admitted there are problems with school buses and fleet trucks and they want to solve them. Today, as taxpayers we have to be real and recognize we cannot afford to buy all new school buses and trucks. The answer is simple - convert many of our existing school buses and save the taxpayers billions of dollars! And this doesn’t even take into account the gas savings.
ADOMANi has even partnered with banks and groups to finance the conversion with NO out of pocket up-front costs. This is a win-win-win-win for everyone. A win for the environment, the taxpayers, and the health of our children."
Mr. Goldberg will be at ADOMANI's booth 34225 at SEMA in Las Vegas for the introduction of the patented driveshaft. Mr. Goldberg will be signing autographs and talking about the ADOMANI technology on Wednesday October 31 between 2:00-4:00 and Thursday November 1 also between 2:00-4:00.
The ADOMANI driveshaft was invented by Edward Monfort who designed and built the RONAELE Mustang as seen in Fast and Furious 4, proving that green doesn’t have to be soft.