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2050 Motors Outlook for 2017

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, December 9, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) –- Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors, Inc. (US OTCQB: ETFM), today reviewed the present status and outlook for 2050 Motors for the year 2017.

Mr. Hu takes this opportunity to remind everyone that 2050 Motors is much more than just a car company. 2050 Motors is involved in all aspects of automobile technology including advanced batteries, high efficiency and alternate fuel engines, hybrid vehicles, production of graphene and composite materials.

Mr. Hu also states that the company has continued to make progress on all its projects. However, delays have occurred in China with our partner Jiangsu Aoxin New Energy Automobile Co., Ltd., for the production of the all carbon fiber electric automobiles. The reason for these delays at the Aoxin manufacturing plant have been clearly stated in two Bloomberg articles issued on August 28 and 29, 2016. The first article titled, “95% of China's Electric Vehicle Startups Face Wipeout” (http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-08-28/most-of-china-s-electric-car-startups-face-wipeout-by-new-rules) explains that China will only issue a very limited number of production permits to electric vehicle manufacturing companies, which will probably eliminate 95% of the existing electric vehicle companies in China. The second article titled, “Waste-Truck Maker, Sportscar Startup Said Near China EV Permits” (http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-08-29/garbage-truckmaker-sportscar-startup-said-near-china-ev-permits) clearly indicates that Aoxin is a primary candidate to receive one of these very limited and valuable production permits. The article states, “Aoxin, which produces electric-powered garbage trucks and postal vehicles, is owned by the investment arm of Yancheng, a small city in eastern Jiangsu province. The mayor had pledged to help the company obtain the EV manufacturing permit as part of the provincial push to promote the development of the new-energy vehicle industry.”

Mr. Hu further comments: The China government reviewers, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), issue approvals at their own pace. Although the new Aoxin manufacturing plant has passed all previous inspections by this agency, complications have occurred due to the fact that no other company in China has ever built full carbon fiber electric vehicles before. Aoxin continues to cooperate with the NDRC for the license/permit to be issued.

2050 Motors is anxiously awaiting the arrival of the first assembly line shipment of the new all carbon fiber e-Go automobiles to the United States to schedule crash testing according to US DOT standards. This will happen as soon as the new Aoxin e-Go manufacturing plant receives its permit to produce vehicles. It should be noted that the e-Go has already passed preliminary crash testing at the famous CATARC Institute in China according to Chinese, Japanese and European standards. Please see press release titled, “2050 Motors, Inc. Announces All Carbon Fiber Electric E-Go Passes Frontal Crash Test With Impressive Results” (Feb. 12, 2016)(http://2050motors.com/press-releases.html) for further details on crash testing.

Aoxin completed Phase 1 of the full carbon fiber body electric vehicle plant in China in January 2015 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wih8_xxZNgA), which continues to be updated with advanced robotic production machinery.

Aoxin has also continued to invest several hundred million dollars (USD) to complete its Phase 2 project with an additional 2.2 million square foot facility (see photos at website http://www.2050motors.com/aoxinfacility.html). In this completed facility, Aoxin will build two brand-new carbon fiber electric vehicle models for model years 2019 and 2020. Phase 2 will also include on-site manufacturing of its own vehicle batteries and other major electrical components, including electric motors and controllers.

In summary, Mr. Hu stated that 2050 Motors and its production partner Aoxin will continue their journey to the ultimate goal of producing and distributing some of the most advanced carbon fiber electric automobiles in the world.

About 2050 Motors, Inc.
2050 Motors, Inc. (http://www.2050motors.com and http://www.etfm.com), is a publicly traded company incorporated in Nevada in 2012. 2050 Motors was founded to develop and produce the next generation of clean, lightweight, efficient vehicles and its associated technologies. Some of these technologies include alternative renewable fuels, hybrid electric vehicles, advanced graphene lithium batteries and low cost carbon fiber vehicles. 2050 Motors has been successful in forming long term relationships and exclusive contracts for a variety of game changing technologies. 2050 Motors entered into an agreement with Jiangsu Aoxin New Energy Automobile Co., Ltd., located in Jiangsu, China, for the distribution in the United States of a new electric automobile, known as the e-Go EV (electric vehicle). The e-Go EV is a revolutionary new concept in the ever-evolving world of electric vehicles. It will be the only production line electric car with a carbon fiber body and parts manufactured by a new process using robotic machines which significantly reduces the fabrication time and cost of carbon fiber components. The e-Go EV will seat four passengers, have a long battery life, and high energy efficiency rating of up to 150+ MPG-E energy equivalent in urban driving due to the light weight of the vehicle. The five-passenger carbon fiber luxury sedan Ibis EV, the e-Go's big brother, will also be showcased along with the e-Go EV for future sales in the United States. See videos of completion of the e-Go EV manufacturing plant at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wih8_xxZNgA and the unveiling of the e-Go EV at the 2014 Shanghai Auto Show http://www.2050motors.com/shanghaishow.html. The company is fully reporting under the SEC EDGAR system.

Disclosure Statement
Statements in this press release about our future expectations, including without limitation, the likelihood that 2050 Motors will be able to leverage capital markets to execute its growth strategy, meet US DOT requirements, meet minimum sales expectations, will be successful and profitable in the US market, and will bring significant value to 2050 Motors' stockholders, constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and as that term is defined in the Private Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties and are subject to change at any time, and our actual results could differ materially from expected results. The Company undertakes no obligation to update or release any revisions to these forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this statement or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events, except as required by law.

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2050 Motors Secures 10 Million Dollar Equity Purchase Agreement For Auto Assembly Plant

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, June 29, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors, Inc. (US OTCQB: ETFM), announced that 2050 Motors has secured a $10 million equity purchase agreement specifically to construct a carbon fiber electric car assembly facility in Las Vegas. After negotiations with Southridge Partners II, LP, the parties have agreed to a final contract to secure the $10 million equity purchase agreement.

The Southridge Partners II, LP is a Delaware limited partnership located in Connecticut with strong ties to Wall Street. Southridge (http://www.southridge.com/) is a diversified financial holding company specializing in direct investment and advisory services to small and middle market companies. Since 1996 the structured finance team has made direct investments of over $1.8 billion into over 250 growth public companies globally.

Mr. Hu also stated, “2050 Motors has been negotiating with the City of Las Vegas to establish its carbon fiber electric automobile assembly plant and we believe the negotiations are very close to culmination. The City of Las Vegas and the State of Nevada have multifaceted incentive programs to help 2050 Motors bring high paying jobs to the city. Nevada’s incentive programs include training of the workforce, multi-year reduced taxes, various financial assistance packages, non-profit programs and a catalyst fund among other programs.”

Furthermore, 2050 Motors executives have also been negotiating with the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance (LVGEA)(https://www.lvgea.org/), which has agreed to work closely with our company in setting up a foreign trade zone. LVGEA is a 501(c)6 membership organization that, since 1952, has helped attract, retain and expand companies including Levi Strauss & Co., Bank of America, Zappos and SolarCity to the Las Vegas area.

LVGEA has offered assistance to 2050 Motors to establish a foreign trade zone for the assembly facility which will be a great advantage for the company’s automobile assembly business plan. LVGEA is the grantee for Foreign Trade Zone 89, a program that allows firms to bring foreign goods or raw materials for manufacturing and/or assembling into the United States without formal customs entry or payment of customs duties and government excise taxes until products leave the zone. Furthermore, this type of zoning has many facets that can reduce the cost of assembling our electric vehicles in the United States. In fact, these collective savings can pay for the majority of the labor required to assemble these vehicles in the United States.

We anticipate that in the near future we will finalize the agreement for building our Las Vegas facility with the City of Las Vegas and move forward on this valuable program. This will allow the creation of many high paying jobs and bring to the United States an advanced technology that enables 2050 Motors to assemble carbon fiber vehicles at very low cost. The carbon fiber parts are manufactured in China and shipped to the United States. The carbon fiber advanced process developed by Italian and Chinese engineers makes auto body parts stronger, lighter and less expensive to produce. Carbon fiber is five times stronger than steel and one third the weight of steel. This makes 2050 Motors’ electric vehicles well over one thousand pounds lighter than any other EV on the market today. Carbon fiber provides the basis for making 2050 Motors’ electric vehicles the safest and most efficient ever produced for the mass consumer market.

Please see YouTube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wih8_xxZNgA which shows the completed construction of the carbon fiber automobile plant in Yancheng, China.



TV Interview Covers Future of Automotive Industry and 2050 Motors

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, June 16, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors, Inc. (US OTCQB: ETFM), stated that Joseph LaStella P.E.C.E. Ret., a Senior Engineering Consultant for 2050 Motors, was interviewed on the "The Big Biz Show." Mr. LaStella presented some interesting and independent views on the future of not only electric cars but the entire automobile industry.

The interview was conducted on Tuesday June 7, 2016 and the show was not only humorous but Mr. LaStella brought with him to the studio many carbon fiber pieces for presentation, including the entire front end of the e-Go car. The exhibition also included two YouTube videos that demonstrate the indestructability of the e-Go carbon fiber material. The first video shows a frontal crash test of the e-Go at 35 mph into a concrete wall with very little indication of damage. The second video shows .38 caliber bullets bouncing off a carbon fiber plate of the same thickness of the e-Go body. The plate was presented at the interview to review first-hand the minimal damage done by the bullets.

It’s also interesting to note that later on the same day of the interview a major article was published in The Wall Street Journal titled “How Auto Companies Are Making Their Cars Lighter” (http://www.wsj.com/articles/how-auto-companies-are-making-their-cars-lighter-1465351441) which covered specifically many of the items illustrated in the LaStella interview and confirming many of his statements. This article clearly represents the future of the automobile industry wherein it is experiencing a paradigm shift to ultra-low-weight vehicles such as aluminum alloy and carbon fiber. Carbon fiber is five times stronger than steel and one third the weight of steel, which makes it the ideal material for future automobiles. 2050 Motors electric vehicles make use of these types of materials including extruded aluminum alloy frames and the first complete carbon fiber bodies available at consumer prices today. It took five years for Italian and Chinese engineers to develop a low cost process to make this vehicle possible. Because of these breakthrough technologies, no other company can offer a carbon fiber vehicle at reasonable consumer prices other than 2050 Motors, Inc.

This in depth interview clearly demonstrated the competitive edge that 2050 Motors has engineered into its all electric carbon fiber vehicles. The success of The Big Biz interview has sparked the interest of other talk media radio and TV shows. 2050 Motors has now been approached with interview requests from other media outlets.

We encourage everyone to watch the interview at https://youtu.be/_PVVO0g89nE and other videos at the 2050 Motors YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDLL9zfZ5w1IfVst1fLO0-g

The Big Biz Show has been on air for 17 years, it’s an Emmy-Award winning, nationally syndicated television and radio program seen daily in 62 Million television homes via Fox Business, Biz Television Network, YouToo AmericaTelevision Network and heard in 150 radio stations across the U.S. on IHeart Media, Business Talk Radio Network and Armed Forces Radio network in 175 countries and all the ships at sea.

Other Big Biz Show interviews can be seen at http://www.bigbizshow.com , http://biztv.com/NS-ListingDetail/NSEventID/46 and http://youtooamerica.com/bizbrew/



2050 Motors Inc. Airs Its All Electric Carbon Fiber Automobile Story

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, May 20, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors, Inc. (ETFM), announced that last week 2050 Motors' personnel were interviewed on May 11, 2016 on the Emmy-Award winning, nationally syndicated television and radio program seen daily by a 62 million audience. The interview took place at the Jump Television Studios of the YouToo America Network at the Mira Mesa Sorrento Valley in San Diego, California. The interview aired nationally and was carried on local radio San Diego radio station KOGO and TV KUSI station as "The Big Biz Show"(Biz Brew) with Robert "Sully" Sullivan and Co-host Russ T. Nailz (Guest Co-host Kyle Harrington) and David Kamatoy is the Executive Producer.

The Big Biz Show featured many aspects of 2050 Motors including China media clips of the completed e-Go electric automobile manufacturing plant, which was designed to produce the advanced carbon fiber body components and use robotic welding machines to produce the extruded aluminum alloy racing frames. A video played at the show illustrated the successful preliminary crash testing in China of the e-Go which exhibited the minimal damage sustained in a 35 mph frontal crash test. The show featured the e-Go automobile but also covered the Ibis carbon fiber all electric four door sedan. Both cars were brought in from Las Vegas to San Diego and displayed outside the studio during the filming.

This in depth interview clearly demonstrated the competitive edge that 2050 Motors has engineered into its all electric carbon fiber vehicles. The success of The Big Biz interview has sparked the interest of other talk media radio and TV shows. 2050 Motors has now been approached with interview requests from other media outlets.

We encourage everyone to watch the interview at https://youtu.be/MiZjj6WT8lk

The Big Biz Show has been on air for 17 years, it’s an Emmy-Award winning, nationally syndicated television and radio program seen daily in 62 Million television homes via Fox Business, Biz Television Network, YouToo AmericaTelevision Network and heard in 150 radio stations across the U.S. on IHeart Media, Business Talk Radio Network and Armed Forces Radio network in 175 countries and all the ships at sea.

Other Big Biz Show interviews can be seen at http://www.bigbizshow.com , http://biztv.com/NS-ListingDetail/NSEventID/46 and http://youtooamerica.com/bizbrew/



2050 Motors, Inc. Successfully Completes Marketing Sales Campaign For Its All Carbon Fiber Electric Auto

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (MARKETWIRED) April 4, 2016 – Today Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors, Inc. (OTCQB: ETFM), announced the successful completion of the marketing program of its all carbon fiber electric vehicle called the e-Go.

The test program required prospective customers to place a $1000 deposit check to hold an early delivery position to purchase the ultra-lightweight carbon fiber electric vehicle. The marketing was only available for a two week period ending March 31, 2016. The target test area was limited to Las Vegas and the surrounding areas were only a limited amount of advertising was done. As previously announced the first 25 vehicles received deposits in the first hour of the sales program. The program included many free options for these initial customers. Please see http://www.2050motors.com/pre-order/pre-order-form.html for details.

Mr. Hu stated, “The Company is proud to announce that in order to reward these initial buyers, 2050 Motors will not deposit any of the $1000 escrow checks and that all these checks will be returned to the customers. However, all participants will receive all the free options offered in this program and will retain their ordering position for the future delivery of the e-Go electrics.”

Michael Hu continued, “If the results of this marketing study are extrapolated to just an area across the southern portion of the United States, 2050 Motors would have had enough deposits to sell almost all of its first year projected production for the e-Go (in just a two week period). Of course, extrapolation forecasts are not always predictable, but then this marketing test program was only conducted for two weeks with limited advertising in only one city: Las Vegas.”

Marketing data and customer participation in a regional pre-order launch program (such as the one 2050 Motors embarked upon) is a very valuable tool which other companies can use to evaluate their future marketing strategy. Therefore, 2050 Motors will not release the final results of this initial regional offer since we will be using this data to format our much larger nationwide campaign to sell our carbon fiber vehicles later this year.

Michael Hu also stated, “We have a tremendous amount of gratitude to the people who stepped up and placed their $1000 deposits to ensure that they will be first on the list to receive these vehicles. We hope these initial buyers will be happy with all of the free options that are going to be given to them under this program. All participants will be contacted about their privilege buying position and free options within the next two weeks.”

Please note that the e-Go has already undergone extensive computer simulations, road tests and actual crash testing in China. The e-Go has successfully passed preliminary crash testing at the world renowned CATARC (China Automotive Technology & Research Center) Institute (http://www.catarc.ac.cn/ac2016/index.html).

It is also noteworthy that Tesla Motors, Inc. (https://www.teslamotors.com/) is now accepting $1000 deposits on its new commuter vehicle called the Model 3, which will be a direct competitor for the carbon fiber e-Go. Many people have suggested some unusual methods for comparing these two vehicles. Although 2050 Motors does not endorse any of these comparisons, it is interesting just to review them to see how electric vehicle buying customers might compare the two companies and the two programs, as follows:

1) The estimate for the Tesla Model 3 vehicle to be produced is approximately two years in the future. Whereas the electric e-Go plant is already completed and ready to start up production of vehicles in a few weeks. See video of completed electric e-Go automobile plant: http://youtu.be/wih8_xxZNgA

2) Whereas the Tesla $1000 deposit program is worldwide, the 2050 Motors program was isolated to the Las Vegas area and was only available for a two week market test period.

3) Although manufacturer specifications are not available yet, people are estimating the lightweight carbon fiber e-Go will be approximately 1000 lbs lighter in weight than the Model 3. This will make the e-Go a much more efficient vehicle, especially in urban driving conditions.

4) 2050 Motors has virtually no liabilities, whereas Tesla Automobile Company has liabilities (debts) in the order of approximately three billion dollars.

In conclusion, there are many other unusual types of comparisons that can be formulated between the two companies, some negative and some positive. However, it is interesting to review people's thoughts on this new emerging automobile industry.

We congratulate Tesla for their Model 3 unveiling. However, the super-lightweight highly-efficient e-Go with its all carbon fiber body, which is five times stronger than steel and one third the weight of steel, built on a high grade extruded aluminum alloy frame is ready to take on any competitor including the Tesla Model 3 commuter car and the new electric Chevy Bolt.

It's not 2050 Motors' intention to competitively out sell the e-Go against the Model 3 from Tesla or the Chevy Bolt because of their already existing name recognition. However, it's also true that 2050 Motors does not need to sell a significant number of vehicles for the Company to become profitable. Large automobile companies have to recapture hundreds of millions of dollars that they have invested in the creation of their vehicle and they also have to cope with huge overheads. This is not true for 2050 Motors, we have virtually zero liabilities and even if we capture a very small percentage of the marketplace we can turn significant profits even from the initial sales of our vehicles.

No automobile company has been able to produce an electric carbon fiber vehicle in the $30,000 to $35,000 price range to compete with the 2050 Motors’ electric e-Go (MSRP $33,900 that after the federal tax rebate will be $26,400).



2050 Motors, Inc. Carbon Fiber Electric Auto Marketing Campaign Indicates A Successful Launch

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (MARKETWIRED) March 18, 2016 – Today Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors, Inc. (OTCQB: ETFM), stated that 2050 Motors' Pre-Order Marketing Launch indicated an impressive customer support for the all carbon fiber e-Go electric vehicle (offer started at 12:00 AM PST on March 17, 2016). During the first sixty minutes after midnight, 2050 Motors had already received more than 25 pre-orders and pre-orders have continue to come in during the first 24-hour period.

As stated in the March 11 press release titled, “2050 Motors, Inc. To Start Taking Deposits On Its Carbon Fiber Electric Autos In March,” 2050 Motors launched a special introductory pre-order offer for a two week period which required a $1000 pre-order deposit. Customers who participate in this initial launch will receive extraordinary free incentive options. Some of the options include a 10-year unlimited mileage warranty on the battery pack and participation in a free lottery of two carbon fiber e-Go cars (winners will be drawn at the next 2050 Motors Shareholders Meeting). Please see Pre-Order Agreement for details (http://www.2050motors.com/pre-order/pre-order-form.html ).

Michael Hu stated, “We are very happy with the initial results since 2050 Motors only advertised this campaign in Las Vegas, which meant that this was only offered to localized customers in Nevada, parts of California and Utah. We were surprised that some of these pre-order customers included multiple orders from an automobile dealership and an order from the owner of an NBA basketball team.”

After the two week period, pre-order participants will receive a pre-order priority number and will be notified about their standing on this list. So far, all indications are that 2050 Motors has launched a very successful pre-order marketing survey.

Michael Hu also stated, “The results of this initial program will serve as a basis to launch a much larger offering nationwide when we receive US DOT approval, complete all the requirements for the importation of the e-Go to the United States, and complete all crash testing.”

It is noteworthy that the e-Go has already undergone extensive computer simulations, road tests and actual crash testing in China. The e-Go has successfully passed preliminary crash testing at the world renowned CATARC (China Automotive Technology & Research Center) Institute (http://www.catarc.ac.cn/ac2016/index.html).

Marketing data and customer participation in a regional pre-order launch program (such as the one 2050 Motors embarked upon) is a very valuable tool which other companies can use to evaluate their future marketing strategy. Therefore, 2050 Motors will not release the final results of this initial regional offer since we will be using this data to format our much larger nationwide campaign to sell our carbon fiber vehicles later this year.



2050 Motors, Inc. To Start Taking Deposits On Its Carbon Fiber Electric Autos In March

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (MARKETWIRED) March 11, 2016 – Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors, Inc. (OTCQB: ETFM), announced today that 2050 Motors will be accepting deposits on their all carbon fiber body electric automobile, called the e-Go, on March 17th (St. Patrick's Day) starting at midnight.

Michael Hu stated, “The super-light-weight efficient e-Go with its all carbon fiber body built on a high grade extruded aluminum alloy frame is ready to take on any competitor including the Tesla Model 3 commuter car and the new electric Chevy Bolt, which are both scheduled to make their market entry in 2017. According to Wall Street, the electric commuter market is developing to be a major potential target which is being addressed by several automobile companies.

“Due to the e-Go's advanced lightweight materials and design, the e-Go is at least 1000 lbs lighter than any of its competitors. Presently, no one can match the e-Go's efficiency especially under urban driving conditions.”

In an article in USA Today by Nathan Bomey (titled “Elon Musk: Tesla to accept orders on new Model 3 car”)(http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/cars/2016/02/11/elon-musk-tesla-motors/80222610/) the author states, “Tesla is expected to preview the Model 3 in an event March 31, although it's not clear whether the company will reveal the entire vehicle. Anyone who pre-orders must place a $1,000 deposit, Musk said on Twitter.”

The USA Today article further states, “The company [Tesla Motors] has said the car would become available in late 2017, although analysts from Barclays and Morgan Stanley say mid- to late 2018 would be more realistic. The car has long been viewed as the defining product for Tesla — a turning point that will prove whether the company can design, engineer, manufacture and sell a mass-market, comparably affordable electric vehicle.”

Michael Hu commented, “2050 Motors cannot allow Tesla to corner the commuter market in the same way they cornered the high-end market four years ago. Four years ago, Tesla had no competition and very few other automobile companies were interested in investing in such a small segment of the consumer market. However, they are now entering into a commuter market where it will receive significant competition.

“The e-Go manufacturing plant is complete and ready to begin production and, we believe, we can compete not only with the Tesla Model 3 but also with any of the other affordable electric commuter vehicles competing in the US market. 2050 Motors will take initial pre-order deposits from March 17th at midnight through March 31st. The company will offer significant incentives for those who pre-order the e-Go including receiving the opportunity to be awarded free e-Go automobiles. This is especially true for those who place deposits on the first 25 e-Go vehicles. They will have the right to trade in their e-Go for the Ibis four door carbon fiber luxury sedan if and when it becomes available to the US market and receive the full purchase price of the e-Go against the price of the Ibis.”

Interested buyers can fill out a form online at http://www.2050motors.com/pre-order/pre-order-form.html and have 10 days to fulfill the deposit after March 31st. Other details for making the $1000 deposit are on our website. People who are interested in this opportunity should read the pre-order terms carefully and be ready to fill out the online form starting on midnight March 17th.

Mr. Hu concluded, “2050 Motors has maintained a very low profile during the six years of development of the all carbon fiber bodied electric vehicles – the e-Go and the Ibis – until they were unveiled on February 12th at a grand opening in Las Vegas, which received much media attention.

“It's not 2050 Motors' intention to competitively out sell the e-Go against the Model 3 from Tesla or the Chevy Bolt because of their already existing name recognition. However, it's also true that 2050 Motors does not need to sell a significant number of vehicles for the company to become profitable. Large automobile companies have to recapture hundreds of millions of dollars that they have invested in the creation of their vehicle and they also have to cope with huge overheads. This is not true for 2050 Motors, we have virtually zero liabilities and even if we capture a very small percentage of the marketplace we can turn significant profits even from the initial sales of our vehicles.”

The Las Vegas Review Journal article titled, “A Second Electric Car Company Is Planning To Build A Manufacturing Plant In Southern Nevada” (http://www.reviewjournal.com/business/second-electric-car-company-plans-manufacturing-plant-southern-nevada), correctly stated that 2050 Motors has completed all the milestones required by an automobile company to begin sales in the marketplace, including the ability to produce their vehicles on a mass scale. The only item left for the e-Go is to pass US crash testing standards. However, the e-Go has already passed crash test safety requirements according to European, Japanese and Chinese standards.



2050 Motors, Inc. Plans To Start Taking Deposits On Carbon Fiber Autos And Extends Showcasing Event

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (MARKETWIRED) March 7, 2016 – Due to popular demand, Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors, Inc. (OTCQB: ETFM), is pleased to announce the extension of our electric vehicle showcase at the world renowned William Carr Gallery in Las Vegas, NV. The unveiling of our all carbon fiber electric vehicles represents the next evolutionary stage and a paradigm shift in the Automobile Industry.

The public has continued to visit the gallery, including members of the news media, automotive industry representatives, as well as city and state government officials. Therefore, 2050 Motors plans to extend the automobile showcasing event for the entire month of March. The William Carr Gallery http://williamcarrgallery.com/ is located in the Tivoli Village Mall on 400 S. Rampart Blvd., Ste. 105, Las Vegas NV 89145. The gallery will be open between 10 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Saturday, and on Sundays from 12 PM to 3 PM. We cordially request the public to register prior to visiting the gallery. Please email info@2050motors.com with the subject line “Attending Gallery,” so we may accommodate all visitors.

Michael Hu stated, “There has been a large number of visitors who have attended the gallery to appreciate the vehicles and they all have been very enthusiastic. Many of our guests offered to purchase the vehicles almost immediately and were ready to give deposits. Therefore, 2050 Motors have decided to start receiving pre-order deposits of $1,000 for the e-Go on Thursday, March 17th, which is St. Patrick's Day.”

Further details about this initial offer for the e-Go will be explained in the near future. Initial buyers who reserve their vehicle with pre-sale orders will have additional benefits and free options. Please stay informed for further details of this special offer.



2050 Motors, Inc. Successfully Unveils Two All Carbon Fiber Electric Car Models In Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 16, 2016 – Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors, Inc. (OTCQB: ETFM), today announced the success of the Company's private showing of the two all carbon fiber electric models in Las Vegas during the Valentine's Day and Chinese New Year Weekend. The automotive industry, political representatives and news media received the event with great enthusiasm.

The public had its first look at 2050 Motors' two car models Friday and Saturday nights at the news media and special invited guests catered receptions. The two models, the compact e-Go and luxury sedan Ibis, are still on display and the Company is inviting the public to see the cars.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal carried a major 1000 word article describing the advanced automobiles and the event. Reporter Richard N. Velotta in the article stated, “A second electric car company is planning to build a manufacturing plant in Southern Nevada, and it's further along in development than Faraday Future — it has two car models it is showing off in Las Vegas this week.”

Mr. Velotta continued, “The 2050 Motors vehicles are the first electric vehicles manufactured with carbon fiber materials. That makes them lighter and stronger than conventional vehicles, giving them added range. Company officials say their cars will have a range of more than 200 miles on a charge.

“Joe LaStella, 2050's senior engineering consultant, said the company has worked to keep itself under the radar until it completed five milestones: designing a car with carbon fiber, building a production plant, developing a supply chain, creating a distribution network for sales and passing U.S. Department of Transportation crash test standards.

“LaStella said the company has completed the first four milestones and felt it was close enough on the fifth to show off the car as a celebration of the Chinese New Year.

“ "Carbon fiber is five times stronger than steel at one-third of the weight, and that's what makes this car different from anything else on the market," LaStella said.”

The Las Vegas Review-Journal article also explained,“The Las Vegas Company officials say the e-Go, which seats four passengers, would sell for $25,000 after federal energy efficiency tax credits. The five-passenger Ibis, which is 800 pounds lighter than the Tesla Model S sedan, would sell for $59,500 after tax credits, [which is] less than the cost of a Tesla.

“2050 [Motors] may seek state tax incentives, just as Faraday did. "2050 Motors has been negotiating for well over a year with municipalities to finalize plans for job creation. Both state governments and municipalities are offering considerable incentives for job creation," the company said in a January press release.

“The company believes job creation is a key issue in the 2016 presidential election and recently added a section to its website calling attention to the prospect of adding 3,000 jobs.”

The entire Las Vegas Review-Journal article posted on February 13 is available at http://www.reviewjournal.com/business/second-electric-car-company-plans-manufacturing-plant-southern-nevada

Mr. Hu, whose picture is featured in the article alongside the e-Go commuter model vehicle, went on to say, “We all thought that the Ibis – the e-Go's big brother which is a four door carbon fiber body luxury electric sedan – would be the feature of the show. However, the red e-Go stole the show and received even much more attention than the Ibis.

“Some of the most memorable comments from viewers include that the Ibis looked either like a Maserati or a Rolls Royce before they were told that it was a new carbon fiber electric automobile.

“The credit for the creation of these two future design carbon fiber automobiles and their advanced carbon fiber production technology must be given to Aoxin Automobile engineers and specially the coordinated effort by the Italian engineering firm BENSUR, and more particularly to Pasguale Bentivoglio (Paki) who holds many of the patents that are incorporated in both of the e-Go and Ibis luxury sedan.”

The showcasing event was a great success and was well attended. In fact, 2050 Motors decided to extend the showcase beyond February 22 until February 29 and considers extending the show even further. The display is open from 10 AM to 4 PM seven days a week at the world famous William Carr Gallery (http://williamcarrgallery.com/) located in the newly constructed Tivoli Village Mall, 400 S. Rampart Blvd., Ste. 105, Las Vegas NV 89145. People interested in viewing the vehicles on display and are planning to attend the gallery, we are cordially asking them to please register by emailing us at info@2050motors.com with the subject “Attending Gallery” so that we may accommodate all of our visitors.



2050 Motors, Inc. Announces All Carbon Fiber Electric E-Go Passes Frontal Crash Test With Impressive Results

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (PRWEB) February 12, 2016 – Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors, Inc. (OTCQB: ETFM), announced today that the first all carbon fiber electric vehicle (the e-Go EV) has commenced crash testing in China and has successfully passed the frontal crash test with amazing results.

The crash tests are being conducted according to European, Japanese and Chinese crash test standards. A GIF file of the actual moving sequence of an e-Go car in a frontal crash test at 35 miles per hour in slow motion reveals that the vehicle substantially returned to its original shape after the test. A photograph of the front of the vehicle shows minimal damage after the test. The amazing sequence can be viewed at http://www.2050motors.com/cars.html A more complete report on the crash tests will be announced in a separate press release.

Mr. Hu commented on the results, “This means that the carbon fiber body absorbed the full force of the collision and returned to its original shape. I believe that no other automobile for the consumer market has ever displayed such a frontal crash resilience and shock absorbance of energy.”

Mr. Hu further stated, “In 2015, the e-Go was re-engineered through extensive state-of-the-art computer crash test analysis. Then, 22 demo e-Go vehicles were delivered to the Chinese government for months of testing to obtain the production and export permits for the Yancheng automobile plant.”

Later this year, 2050 Motors will proceed with the US DOT (Department of Transportation) crash test program for the e-Go before it can be sold in the United States.

2050 Motors will initially sell and distribute the e-Go built from the Yancheng plant in China and then later start assembly of the e-Go in Las Vegas, Nevada. The construction plans for the 2050 Motors assembly facility in the United States have been progressing for many months and will create numerous high paying jobs. Please see the press release dated January 20, 2016 titled “2050 Motors, Inc. Announces Launch of New Corporate Website Including Job Creation Plans” for further info.

The e-Go's big brother, the Ibis – an all carbon fiber all electric luxury sedan – is also being considered for production in the United States. Both the e-Go and Ibis are being showcased in Las Vegas from February 12 through February 22, 2016. Please see the press release dated January 26, 2016 titled “2050 Motors, Inc. Media Event Picks Up Speed” for details on visiting hours.



2050 Motors, Inc. Media Event Picks Up Speed

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (PRWEB) January 26, 2016 – Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors, Inc. (OTCQB: ETFM), today announced that the dates of the media event for the unveiling of the first all carbon fiber electric vehicles in the United States are as follows:

--- February 12th and February 13th, 5 PM to 8 PM, is a catered private showing for the media and invited guests from the transportation industry and public officials.

--- From February 14th through February 22nd, 10 AM to 5 PM, the showcase will be open to the general public.

Mr. Hu stated, “These advanced electric vehicles have been attracting a lot of attention since their arrival in the USA in January. The response from our invitation guest list has been impressive.”

The event will take place at the world famous William Carr Gallery (http://williamcarrgallery.com/) located in the newly constructed Tivoli Village Mall, 400 S. Rampart Blvd., Ste. 105, Las Vegas NV 89145.

The e-Go and its big brother, the Ibis luxury touring sedan, are poised to give the electric vehicle market in the USA some real competition. The entire bodies of both of these vehicles are constructed of carbon fiber by a new, less expensive process created by European and Chinese engineers. This process for the first time allows this space age material to be used in the construction of vehicles at affordable consumer prices. Both vehicles have a chassis constructed out of high strength grade extruded aluminum alloy.

Other features include advanced lithium batteries with 10 year unlimited mileage warranties; a variety of battery packs and electric power trains to suit any customer's desires and budget; and an assortment of gadgetry (E-Pad, intelligent control, regenerative braking, etc.).

To avoid crowds, we ask everyone who plan to attend the event from February 14-22 to please register at our website (http://www.2050motors.com) so we may accommodate all of our visitors.



2050 Motors, Inc. Announces Launch of New Corporate Website Including Job Creation Plans

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (PRWEB) January 20, 2016 – Today Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors, Inc. (OTCQB: ETFM), announced that on January 14, 2015 the Company unveiled its new Corporate Website. The Internet site, 2050motors.com, combines many new features to make browsing flow smoother and be a more informative experience for potential customers and investors.

The Press Release and Investor Relations sections feature postings of the Company's published press releases, automated posting of SEC filings and detailed annual and quarterly financial statements.

The website also contains a new section dedicated to “Job Creation.” One of the most important aspects of the 2016 Presidential Election centers on the need for American companies to create jobs. In this respect, 2050 Motors has been negotiating for well over a year with municipalities to finalize plans for job creation. Both state governments and municipalities are offering considerable incentives for job creation. This section addresses 2050 Motors' Phase I and II corporate expansion plans that may create over 3000 jobs in the next few years.

The new site also points to a recent article published by Composites World featuring 2050 Motors (see link http://cw.epubxp.com/i/620463-jan-2016/20 ) stating the advantages and the future of carbon fiber vehicles in the automobile industry. The article specifically mentions 2050 Motors' all carbon fiber composite electric e-Go and Ibis.

It's interesting to note that in a different article by Composites Manufacturing, titled “Composites on Display at 2016 Detroit Auto Show” (January 18, 2016), stated, “The 2016 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit featured a number of innovative vehicles that utilize composites, including the 2017 Honda Ridgeline, Audi’s 2016 H-Tron Quattro, and the 2017 Lexus LC 500.” This article depicts how important it is for cars of the future to rely on lightweight composite materials to reduce their weight and increase their efficiency and mileage. It's also important to note that none of the cars featured in the article had a complete carbon fiber body, they only replaced certain parts of the cars such as roofs and doors with a variety of lightweight materials. It's clear that no one except Aoxin/2050 Motors can offer production line all carbon fiber bodies (including carbon fiber interior panels) at reasonable prices for the general public. 2050 Motors' electric e-Go and Ibis five-passenger luxury sedan are poised to take advantage of their carbon fiber body/aluminum chassis architecture to enter this advanced innovative emerging market.

The website also features many new pictures of 2050 Motors' Ibis all carbon fiber electric automobile at a media photo shoot recently in Las Vegas (see January 14, 2016 press release titled “2050 Motors, Inc. Ibis Versus The Tesla Model S Sedan”).

You are invited to receive timely information and press releases on 2050 Motors when you sign up for our email news service at: http://www.2050motors.com.



2050 Motors, Inc. Ibis Versus The Tesla Model S Sedan

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (PRWEB) January 14, 2016 – Today Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors, Inc. (OTCQB: ETFM), announced that last week the new Ibis all-carbon fiber electric sedan arrived in the United States. The Ibis created a great deal of attention from spectators during its media photo shoot (see Ibis photo shoot pictures and 360-degree video walk-around at the new 2050 Motors' Website http://www.2050motors.com/photoshoot.html).

Mr. Hu stated that, "I would like to clarify some of the Internet comments depicting the Ibis as an imitation of the Tesla Model S. Uninformed people have stated that the Ibis emblem is a 'knockoff' of the Tesla emblem. It's really unfortunate that the two emblems are similar, but that is where the resemblance ends. The following factors I think are more important:

"The Ibis body is built totally out of carbon fiber which is five times stronger than steel and one third the weight. The Tesla body is fabricated from punched out aluminum sheeting.

"Even though the Tesla body is made of aluminum, the Ibis is at least 800 lbs lighter which everyone knows will produce better mileage, especially in urban driving conditions.

"The next important point is that the Ibis carbon fiber body sits on a high strength extruded aluminum frame not on a sheet metal punched out aluminum frame as the Tesla."

A recent article published by Brian Murphy on January 11 titled, "2050 Motors is Going to Beat Tesla Motors to the All Important Middle Market," contains comparative pictures of both the Ibis frame and the Tesla frame. Readers should compare these pictures and decide for themselves which one looks tougher and more durable (see frame pictures here http://www.2050motors.com/photoshoot.html).

Mr. Hu continued, "Another point is that both vehicles carry impressive battery packs. The Ibis at 72 kWh and the Tesla at 70 kWh and 85 kWh. The lighter weight of the Ibis will certainly compensate for the slightly lower energy capacity of its battery pack. Therefore, both vehicles will have a similar driving range.

"The next item is cost. Most Tesla Model S are priced over $100,000 after federal rebates. The Ibis, after federal rebates, will be $59,500. A cost that is significantly different and not something to sneeze at.

"Both cars have a variety of gadgetry based on customers' desires. However, the Tesla was the first to demonstrate to the world that an electric car can compete in every aspect with regular gasoline-powered vehicles. We acknowledge Tesla for this accomplishment. However, building an electric car that can accelerate from zero to 60 mph faster than a Ferrari, although impressive, is not what electric cars are all about, they are about the environment. Incidentally, the Ibis acceleration is comparable to most gasoline operated vehicles on the road today. Finally, let's remember that high powered electric motors used to accomplish hair raising acceleration also consume battery energy at phenomenal rates and are as unnecessary as gas powered muscle cars for the general public."

"Electric cars are being developed to reduce our dependence on foreign oil and reduce all emissions including the ones causing climate change. We believe the Ibis will capture a portion of the high-end middle market which offers all of the high-tech gadgets at an affordable price and, the e-Go will capture a portion of the lower-end middle market – both due to their carbon fiber bodies and space age aluminum frames which no other manufacturer offers."

The Brian Murphy article also states, "The Ibis as well as the e-Go are poised to move into that sweet spot of affordability and style, and could soon become the premier name in the U.S. electric vehicles market."



2050 Motors, Inc. Announces Arrival Of Carbon Fiber Electric Vehicle In USACompany’s e-Go Electric Vehicle To Be Showcased In Las Vegas; Electric Luxury Sedan To Follow

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (PRWEB) November 17, 2015 - 2050 Motors, Inc. (OTCQB: ETFM), an emerging company in the carbon fiber vehicle industry, announced today that the first all carbon fiber electric vehicle, the e-Go Electric Vehicle (EV), arrived in the United States last week. The e-Go, due to its lightweight carbon fiber body and all aluminum space age racing frame, has the pedigree to become the world's most efficient automobile weighing under 1,500 lbs including its battery pack. The e-Go's big brother, the Ibis, a full size luxury sedan, is expected arrive soon. The styling of the all carbon fiber Ibis rivals the best European high-end sedans.

Both electric vehicles are to be showcased in Las Vegas to a private industry audience, and then opened to the general public for viewing. Both vehicles will carry impressive warranty items including a 10-year (unlimited mileage) warranty on their lithium battery packs.

“Earlier this year, both the e-Go EV and the Ibis received rave reviews when they revealed the manufacturing facilities for the e-Go EV to a Chinese audience,” stated Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors. “The China manufacturing plant features the most modern robotic machines and carbon fiber manufacturing tooling, and the unveiling was covered by national TV news media and many publications. We are excited to make our entrance into the American market, and anticipate another successful event.” A sequential video to the grand opening of the facility can be viewed at http://youtu.be/wih8_xxZNgA To see pictures of both vehicles that were showcased at the Shanghai Auto Show visit http://www.2050motors.com/shanghaishow.html



2050 Motors Announces Grand Opening of Carbon Fiber Electric Automobile Plant

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - Feb. 24, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - Michael Hu, President of 2050 Motors, Inc. (OTCQB:ETFM), announced today that China's major television network (CCTV), eight newspapers and China's Internet media outlets covered the Grand Opening Event of the e-Go's EV (electric vehicle) carbon-fiber robotic manufacturing facility in Yancheng, China.

2050 Motors, headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, has the exclusive rights from Jiangsu Aoxin New Energy Automobile Co., Ltd., a Chinese state owned company to distribute, assemble and manufacture the all-carbon fiber aluminum chassis electric vehicle called the e-Go EV in the United States and key markets of South America.

The Chinese media stated (translation), "Aoxin carbon fiber new energy car (technology) created three China firsts: China's first 20,000 units (annually) Carbon-Fiber Electric-Car manufacturing plant; China's first electric car aluminum chassis robotic welding production line; China's First High-Temperature, High-Pressure, Vacuum-Assisted Carbon-Fiber molding production line.

The media also stated, "the carbon fiber new energy car (technology) has obtained more than 20 China's (State Intellectual Property Office) patents, among them there are 11 invention patents. There are also more than 20 patents in the application process."

2050 Motors representatives, who were in China, were featured at the event. President Hu stated, "Amazingly, the 200,000 sq ft (4.5 acre) automobile plant was constructed from groundbreaking in September of 2014 to the Grand Opening on January 20, 2015, which totals only 120 days!" The sequential construction to the Grand Opening of the manufacturing plant can be viewed on 2050 Motors' YouTube channel or click here:http://youtu.be/wih8_xxZNgA

The e-Go EV, with its advanced design, engineering and lightweight construction materials, weighs about half the weight of any of its electric car competitors, including the lightweight fiber body BMW i3 and one third the weight of the Tesla Model S electric vehicle. The e-Go's weight advantage, due also to its advanced lithium battery pack, will make it one of the most efficient vehicles ever built at affordable prices for the mass consumer market in the $30,000 to $40,000 range depending on options and before state and federal rebates and tax incentives.

Aoxin New Energy Automobile is also constructing an even larger carbon fiber aluminum chassis manufacturing plant to produce 100,000 cars per year for the e-Go's big brother called the Ibis EV. The Ibis is a luxury full size touring sedan designed by European engineers (see 2050motors.com for more details).

Demonstration autos and crash test vehicles should arrive to the USA from the new plant the second quarter and third quarter of 2015, respectively. Mr. Hu further stated, "Carbon-fiber is several times stronger than steel and one third of the weight of steel. Therefore, experts predict carbon-fiber and high-strength aluminum alloys are the materials of choice for the future of the automobile industry.

2050 Motors' e-Go EV will have little competition in its price range due to these advanced materials, will produce vehicles that are very lightweight, extremely energy efficient, durable and safe, with the best all-around value proposition for car buyers worldwide."



2050 Motors Electric Cars Showcase at 2014 Shanghai Auto Show

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, November 19, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - Today, 2050 Motors, Inc. (OTCQB: ETFM), announced that its China partner, Jiangsu Aoxin New Energy Automobile, Ltd. showcased its five-passenger carbon fiber body electric vehicle, the e-Go EV, with a 34 kWh battery pack, 1,400 lbs total weight and over 200 miles (over 320 km) driving range on a full charge. The carbon fiber car received major attention at the 2014 Shanghai New Energy Auto Show (NEAS) held from November 4th through November 8th, 2014.

Also, unveiled for the first time was a new second generation full-size electric carbon fiber four-door touring sedan automobile with a 85 kWh battery pack and 280 mile (450 km) driving range on a full charge. Both EV models received major attention from attendees and government representatives at the show. The Chinese news media stated that, “the two EV models received a stunning debut!” In fact, the three demonstration electric e-Go EVs that were scheduled to be delivered to the United States after the automotive exhibition will now be held over in China, along with the new four-door touring automobile, for demonstration to the Central Industry Bureau Officers and National Top Leaders visiting Aoxin in December 2014.

The 2014 Shanghai NEAS was a great success for the e-Go and its big brother four-door touring sedan. Both models have carbon fiber bodies on space-age aluminum frames. Some spectators at the show described the touring sedan as looking like a “Maserati on steroids.” Please see exhibition pictures at http://www.2050motors.com/shanghaishow.html. Both demonstration models will be shipped to the United States for showcasing in early 2015.

For further details concerning 2050 Motors' electric drive systems and lithium battery warranties, please see press release dated October 15, 2014 “2050 Motors Announces 10% Equity Sale to China's YMSIG.”

About 2050 Motors, Inc.
2050 Motors, Inc. (http://www.2050motors.com and http://www.etfm.com), is a publicly traded company incorporated in Nevada in 2012. 2050 Motors was founded to develop and produce the next generation of clean, lightweight, efficient vehicles and its associated technologies. Some of these technologies include alternative renewable fuels, hybrid electric vehicles, advanced graphene lithium batteries and carbon fiber low cost vehicles. 2050 Motors has been successful in forming long term relationships and exclusive contracts for a variety of game changing technologies. 2050 Motors entered into an agreement with Jiangsu Aoxin New Energy Automobile Co., Ltd., located in Jiangsu, China, for the distribution in the United States of a new electric automobile, known as the e-Go EV (electric vehicle). The e-Go EV is a revolutionary new concept in the ever evolving world of electric vehicles. It will be the only production line electric car with a carbon fiber body and parts manufactured by a new process using robotic machines which significantly reduces the fabrication time and cost of carbon fiber components. The e-Go EV will seat four passengers, have a long battery life, and high energy efficiency rating up to 150+ MPG-E energy equivalent in urban driving due to the light weight of the vehicle. The five passenger carbon fiber luxury sedan Ibis EV, the e-Go's big brother, will also be showcased along with the e-Go EV for future sales in the United States. See videos of completion of the e-Go EV manufacturing plant at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wih8_xxZNgA and the unveiling of the e-Go EV at the 2014 Shanghai Auto Show http://www.2050motors.com/shanghaishow.html. The company is fully reporting under the SEC EDGAR system.

Disclosure Statement
Statements in this press release about our future expectations, including without limitation, the likelihood that 2050 Motors will be able to leverage capital markets to execute its growth strategy, meet US DOT requirements, meet minimum sales expectations, will be successful and profitable in the US market, and will bring significant value to 2050 Motors' stockholders, constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and as that term is defined in the Private Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties and are subject to change at any time, and our actual results could differ materially from expected results. The Company undertakes no obligation to update or release any revisions to these forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this statement or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events, except as required by law.

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