Elektros Inc, a company controlled by Israeli born billionaire Dr. Michael Dezer, is making major breakthroughs in automotive tech and car batteries. The company recently secured patent pending status for two devices that it says are pivotal for the advancement of electric vehicles: a self-recharging battery assembly, and multi-port charging assembly.
These patents, boasts Elektros, will officially revolutionize consumer sustainability in the automotive industry.
Electric cars are the way of the future. Just look at the current price for gasoline at the pump. The more that the world switches over to electric, the less the demand will be for gasoline. This, in turn, will mean that fluctuations in the price of oil that always occur when there is a world crisis like the current war in Ukraine will not wreak havoc on the world’s economies.
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Dr. Michael Dezer, the owner of Dezer Development, became the majority shareholder in Elektros in November of 2021. He founded Dezer Development in 1970 and Dezer now runs the firm with his son, Gil Dezer.
Elektros is an American electric vehicle company that innovates mobility solutions for consumers and businesses. The automotive landscape faces existential disruption over the next decade to reach carbon neutrality. Elektros addresses this paradigm shift with mobility technologies that support sustainability for a transformative user experience. Elektros aims to present a compelling and completely new electric vehicle experience to consumers beginning as early as 2023. The company plans a product unveiling in early 2022.
Elektros plans to create their own fleet of electric vehicles with these cutting-edge advancements while aggressively marketing the technology to major electric vehicle companies. To build this fleet, they are considering Technicon Design, specifically for creative design, design modelling, visualization, and specialist recruitment. Technicon Design’s unparalleled abilities in these spaces will further bolster Elektros’ futuristic visions.
In March, Elektros finalized a contract with Jiangsu Jinpeng Group Co., LTD to produce the company’s first batch of electric vehicles which will be known as Elektros Sonic. With the production of Elektros Sonic vehicles underway, the company is confident in their position and looks forward to getting the electric vehicles crash test approved by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel, Michael Dezer immigrated to the United States in 1962.
In 1970, Michael founded Dezer Properties, a now prominent New York City commercial real estate company. The first developer to identify Chelsea as an up-and-coming district in New York City, Michael had the opportunity to develop a portfolio of the area’s choicest properties. He became instrumental in the positioning of the “New Chelsea Image,” taking it from a failing fur and manufacturing district to a hub of fashion, creative resources, multinational company headquarters and offices, and desirable loft style living spaces.
In 1985, Michael Dezer began to purchase oceanfront property in south Florida and is now one of the largest oceanfront property owners in Sunny Isles Beach, owning just over 27 oceanfront acres and representing one of the largest holdings of beachfront property owned and developable in the state. Today he owns the Travelodge Monaco Beach Resort and the Days Hotel Thunderbird Beach Resort, in addition to several other local condominium and resort properties. Michael also retains the development rights to additional properties in Sunny Isles Beach that represent over 30 oceanfront acres.
In February Dezer Development, in collaboration with Bentley Motors, unveiled a 4 foot high, 13 foot long and 7 foot wide speed form sculpture at the Bentley Residences Miami, the world’s first Bentley-branded luxury residential property.