Gearbox is in a good spot right now.
The company is in the midst of a $3.5 billion round led by Chinese investor Kongwei, which also included a $500 million Series A funding round.
But that round is being rolled out over the next few months, with the first funding expected in the coming months.
The company is planning to build an all-electric sports car with a price tag of $100,000 that will be powered by an EV battery, a combination of the battery and the electric motor.
This is a bold move by Gearbox and its new EV battery supplier, EVMS, and it has a lot of potential.
It’s a very ambitious idea and Gearbox knows that it’s going to be a bit tricky to pull off.
The EV market is extremely crowded, with several electric vehicles on the market at any one time, including a handful of EVs powered by battery packs.
There are some big names in the field, but it’s also a lot more difficult to market a fully electric car.
There is also the issue of cost, which has been a major stumbling block for many EV manufacturers in the past.
There’s also the question of battery durability, and Geary says it can get it right.
For example, in the short term, there are already plenty of EV buyers in the US and Europe who are willing to pay a premium for a vehicle that is both powerful and efficient.
That’s something that Gearbox isn’t going to do.
In addition to the sports car, Gearbox plans to launch a range of EVs, including SUVs, SUCCESS, and SUCCEED SUVs that will feature a range between 50 and 100 miles on a charge.
It also plans to build a full-electric SUV.
The goal is to offer a range that’s not only attractive to people who want to go from point A to point B but also affordable enough that the consumer will feel comfortable taking the leap.
It will be a huge leap forward for Gearbox.
Gearbox has long been a supplier of EV products to other automakers, but now it’s the only one that has a fully electrified sports car in the works.
The timing is right for this, and we expect Gearbox to be in a great position to do so.
Gearbox is also in the process of developing its own plug-in hybrid, which is expected to be released in the next couple of months.
This car will feature the EVMS EVMS Powertrain that’s being used in the EV model, and will be driven by an all electric motor that Gearz says is able to deliver up to 400 miles of range per charge.
That is the same amount of range that the Model 3 will achieve, which means it should be competitive with the Model S.
But the biggest news here is that Geary is also preparing to make its EV batteries into products.
The first of these is a new line of products that will allow Gearbox EVMS to use its proprietary lithium ion batteries.
The other is a smaller battery pack that Gearboxes is developing that can use the EV batteries it has acquired in the last year.
These products are planned for later this year, and the company is also planning to release its first all-EV battery in 2017.
The two products are a departure from the traditional approach of making batteries for EV cars.
Geary has been working with Panasonic on this technology, and has worked with a number of other companies to build batteries that can be used in EVs, but Gearbox’s EVMS product is the first to be able to use this technology.
The idea is that these batteries can be made from other components and that they won’t need to be sold separately, unlike traditional batteries that are made from lead, cobalt, and nickel.
That’s a huge deal for Geary, and makes it the only major EV company to use lithium ion battery technology in an all new product.
It is also significant for Gearz, because the company has always been one of the few automakers that has built its own battery technology, a practice that’s been common for the past several decades.
The new technology will allow it to be the only company in the world that can produce a range-topping battery, and that will give it an edge in a rapidly evolving EV market.
Gearz has made a number plans for the future of its EV business.
The future of EVs is much bigger than the size of the company, and if Gearbox can deliver on its EV development plans, it will be able be a major player in the market for the foreseeable future.