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Whatever Happened To Zero Pollution Motors After Shark Tank?

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When the Zero Pollution Motors episode of “Shark Tank” aired in 2015, the team was hoping to have their vehicles ready to be sold throughout the United States around 2017 or 2018. Sadly, the deal between Robert Herjavec and Zero Pollution Motors never went through. This occurred once Herjavec discovered that the company was only a distributor, meaning it would be more difficult to scale things the way he initially envisioned (via Forbes). 

However, in September 2018, however, Zero Pollution posted on its Facebook that the company’s first factory-produced Air Cars would be released by November of that year in France. The company planned to create a manufacturing plant in the United States once they raised the $1.5 million necessary to do so. Sadly, this is also the company’s most recent Facebook post, and it would seem that the business is no longer functioning. Although the company’s website is still up, it has not been updated in some time, and the only option for getting an Air Car is to reserve one.

In 2020, Ethan Tucker, the creator of Zero Pollution Motors, was interviewed by Starter Story, where he talked about the company’s current state. “We are not yet fully funded, as we are waiting for a factory prototype from the inventors at Motor Development International (MDI) due by 2022,” Tucker said. He went on to mention that recent concerns regarding climate change might help draw interest to the product.

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