Numerous companies are embracing the trend of all-electric cars, while others are directing their attention toward electrifying long-haul trucks. Harbinger Motors, however, has positioned itself in a unique niche, aiming to electrify mid-sized vehicles such as delivery trucks and recreational vehicles and developing battery systems for them.
Harbinger’s innovative electric stripped chassis is designed from the ground up to address the unique performance, durability, and lifespan expectations required of Class 4 to Class 6 medium-duty vehicles that cater to many niches of the economy and the American lifestyle. Their chassis revolutionizes the driver experience, enhances safety, and optimizes vehicle operation, which sets them apart from competitors.
Last month, we amplified our joint commitment to electrification by joining Harbinger’s $60M Series A round as co-lead investor alongside our corporate partner and leading global RV manufacturer, THOR Industries. Harbinger is an important partner to both of our electrification strategies, and their chassis will play a vital role in THOR’s mission to provide a best-in-class solution for electric RV.
A team of EV innovators founded Harbinger with years of experience in electrification and battery tech: John Harris, Phillip Weicker, and Will Eberts. We’re excited to back them alongside notable investors that share a commitment to sustainability through mobility transformation, like Greycroft, Riverstone Holdings, Squarepoint Capital, Ridgeline, Tiger Global, Maniv Mobility, Kalyani Mobility, Ironspring Ventures and Overture.
Still curious? Read more:
- Harbinger Motors Gains Broad Investor Support in $60M Series A Funding
- Harbinger Focuses Its Electric Platform On Mid-Duty Vehicles
- Medium-Duty EV Manufacturer Harbinger Greatly Expands its Footprint with New Headquarters in Garden Grove