It would appear that RONN Motor Group, Inc.’s (RONN) coveted Scorpion supercar is now turning more heads than just the human kind. Hanson Robotics’ social humanoid robot Sophia got behind the wheel of the Scorpion on Tuesday at the Kadima Innovation Fair in Scottsdale, Arizona, where RONN was invited to participate.
Kadima Ventures is “a transformative collaboration of companies that offer resources to early-stage startups and legacy companies to evolve ideas into advanced technologies.” Innovation Fair 2018, an invite-only event, is an opportunity for the most transformative startup companies in the world to engage with strategically selected investors who are laser focused on driving innovation.
“It’s always an honor to be among like-minded individuals advancing global technology,” said Ronn Ford, Chairman and CEO of RONN Motor Group, Inc. “The ability to showcase our all electric-hydrogen fuel-cell platform as the future’s sustainable automotive option is something I’m passionate about and always welcome those who are interested in what we’re doing, from all walks of life, even robots.”
RONN Motor Group, Inc. believes that the way to a sustainable automotive future is through zero-emission all electric-hydrogen fuel-cell technology. To learn more about us, visit our website at www.ronnmotorgroup.com and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.