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Workhorse is changing the way the world works.

Work Ahead

Electric Vehicles

We have more electric delivery vehicles on the road than any other company.

Delivery Vans

Our next generation delivery vehicle is scheduled for delivery this fall. All-electric by design, with composite technology, and a 100-mile range, it's expected to be more economical than traditional delivery vans. Our current delivery vans, E-100 and E-GEN, have more than 4 million miles on them and are used by some of the premier package delivery companies in the world.

Pickup Truck

Our W-15 is the first of its kind OEM pickup truck designed from the ground up to be an all-electric vehicle. Our W-15 is a lightweight, purpose-built utility vehicle with over 5,000 fleet pre-orders.


It’s transportation that’s only before seen in movies. We are bringing the future of personal air transportation to you. Our SureFly octocopter is a passenger-carrying, hybrid aircraft designed for short-flight applications with an estimated 70-mile range with a traditional engine and an on-board, fully-redundant backup battery system.

Delivery Drones

The future of package delivery is already here and it's flying through the air. Designed to be fully autonomous as well as work in tandem with our all-electric delivery vans, this custom-built drone technology delivers safety and efficiency to your doorstep.


Our in-house, integrated system has information on more than 4 million miles of tracking more than 350 vehicle. With our mobile technology application, you’ll have all the metrics of your electric fleet’s performance in the palm of your hand.

Where it all began

AMP Electric Vehicles was established in 2007 as a developmental-stage vehicle electrification company. We first experimented with adding battery-electric power to two-seat roadsters. In 2009/2010, Progressive Insurance sponsored a rigorous nation-wide competition for clean, “production-capable” vehicles. Our 100% electric GM Sky was the only mass-produced vehicle in the competition. All other vehicles were primarily prototypes or concept vehicles not suitable for driving on public roads. We were one of eight finalists in the Side-by-Side seating category. Our Sky achieved four times the fuel efficiency of an internal combustion equivalent with zero emissions (96 MPGe vs.19/24 city/highway for ICE version). We followed the electrification of the Sky Roadster with the design and implementation of systems capable of powering larger vehicles. This led to the creation of electrification packages for the Chevrolet Equinox SUV, the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Mercedes Benz ML350. These development activities resulted in the successful execution of the concept for SUVs. AMP Electric Vehicles went public in 2010 trading on the OTC market under the AMPD symbol. When the economic benefits of conversion became less certain, we pivoted away from passenger vehicles and began to focus on electrifying commercial vehicles. This led to a development agreement with Navistar, a major U.S. truck OEM. Under the development agreement, the initial project was to re-power a 1,000 cubic foot delivery van. The first vehicle was delivered to them in August of 2012 and successfully passed Navistar’s requirements and performance test. Navistar’s top management changed at precisely the same time the project vehicle passed its performance test and Navistar tabled the electrification project. They did however, introduce us to their client and AMP began to work directly with the end-user. As part of the end-user’s requirement, the battery-electric test truck successfully passed a 4,000-mile durability test at TRC, Inc.’s automotive test facility in East Liberty, OH. AMP acquired the Workhorse brand and the Workhorse Custom Chassis assembly plant in Union City, IN in March of 2015. The asset acquisition made the company an OEM and enables the company to manufacture new, medium-duty truck chassis in the 14,500 to 23,500 GVW class. In addition to the plant assets, our exclusive arrangement with UpTime Parts, Inc. for logistical and spare parts support and our 400+ network of dealers provides AMP with unequaled nationwide support for our vehicles. In March of 2015, AMP formally changed its name to Workhorse Group Incorporated (NASDAQ: WKHS).

Get in touch with us

"Leading a revolution takes a new kind of power."

Duane Hughes CEO

Workhorse is a publicly traded NASDAQ company: WKHS

Investor Relations Contact: Matt Glover and Tom Colton 949-574-3860


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Workhorse- An American company rooted in the heart of the U.S.A

Workhorse Headquarters Loveland, Ohio
The Workhorse Group designs and produces battery-electric power trains in its 50,000 sq. ft. facility in Loveland, OH for its new Workhorse chassis. Workhorse’s approach to building its battery-electric power trains uses proven, automotive-grade, mass-produced parts coupled with its custom designed, proprietary control software.
Workhorse Factory Union City, Indiana
Workhorse Group Inc. is an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) of Class 3-6 Workhorse brand medium-duty truck chassis. Its 200,000 sq. ft. assembly plant enables it to build the tried and true W62 chassis and the new, narrower-track W88 chassis at price points and performance specifications sure to be attractive to fleet purchasers.

Management Team

  • Duane Hughes


    Chief Executive Officer

    Mr. Hughes is a senior-level executive with more than 20 years experience including direct business relationships in the automotive, advertising, and technology segments. Prior to joining Workhorse/AMP Electric Vehicles, Duane served as Chief Operating Officer for Cumulus Interactive Technologies Group. As COO, Duane was responsible for managing the company’s day-to-day sales and operations. He was responsible for all operations of the business unit. Prior to Cumulus ITG, Duane spent nearly fifteen years in senior management positions with Gannett Co., Inc., including his duties as Vice President of Sales and Operations for Gannett Media Technologies International.
    • Duane Hughes

      Robert Willison

      Chief Operating Officer

      Willison was partner and chief technology officer at Ray Technology, and before that, he was director of international operations and new business development at PDiCommunication Systems. Willison also previously held senior management positions at Hughes Aircraft and Texas Instruments.Willison earned a BSME, MSME, and PhD in Aero-Mechanical engineering, specializing in mechanics, robotics and spacecraft design atWest Virginia, where he was also a NASA Fellow. He holds a multi-engine, instrument-rated pilot certificate, and graduated fromSinclair CollegeinDayton OH with an Airframe and Powerplant certificate.
    • Duane Hughes


      Chief Information Officer

      Mr. Rodriguez has over 25 years’ experience in information technology business solutions including manufacturing cost systems and business intelligence applications in the automotive and food industries most recently at Genuine Parts Company, a distributor of automotive aftermarket parts and at Federal Mogul, an OEM parts manufacturer. Mr. Rodriguez has held multiple executive positions including CFO, VP of Finance, Director of Finance, Controller and Audit Manager at corporate headquarters and subsidiary levels. Mr. Rodriguez started his career in public accounting with Arthur Andersen.
    • Duane Hughes


      Chief Financial Officer

      Mr. Gaitan is a finance executive with over 30 years of experience working for manufacturing companies in the automotive, building products and consumer products space. Paul has led business integrations, developed strategy, and implemented advanced product costing approaches. He has held roles such as Production Manager, Controller, VP of Finance and CFO driving change by addressing both systems and personnel. Paul works collaboratively to design and deliver insightful information that leads to high quality decisions by the executive team. He earned a bachelor of science degree in finance from the University of Southern California and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.