The Scorpion platform, ahead of its time, was originally engineered for rapid, easy adaptation to any multi-fuel technology or body design, lowering capital expenditures for new model introduction. This innovation lends the Scorpion prototype to our new “Phoenix” Roadster, an all-electric automobile with optional hydrogen fuel-cell assist that extends vehicle range by 250 miles, opening up new possibilities and continued rapid growth of sustainable technology vehicles. This emerging and proprietary design combined with advanced composites and 3D printing technology in today’s marketplace will be the most cost efficient / linear mile and a direct path to scaled automobile production in new generation markets.

Estimated availability early 2020 with final production split between USA and China.



RONN Motor Group, Inc. (RMG/RONN) will fully utilize emerging manufacturing technologies and techniques to optimize its multi-modal chassis design. The center body and chassis modules will be mostly carbon fiber, which will significantly reduce vehicle weight without compromising structural integrity and driver safety. Additive manufacturing will enable multi-modal vehicle designs to converge on the same assembly line, 3D printing of chassis components and body parts will be the cornerstone to RMG’s manufacturing strategy.

• Low-cost chromoly/carbon fiber structure, 3D printed chassis components
• Adaptive center modular body design, expand to support second & third-row seating
• 3D modeled and stress tested to produce highest safety rating
• Unequal A arm, lateral opposing suspension
• Adaptive ride height
• ECU driven variable cornering control and braking
• Phoenix vehicle platform will exceed current Euro NCAP passenger & pedestrian impact regulations
• RMG’s innovative chassis delivers an estimated 40% reduction in CO2 emissions through the manufacturing, operation and decomposition lifecycle



RONN Motor Group’s technology centers around vehicle safety, performance, range and drivability. RMG’s proprietary Electronic Control Unit (“ECU”) collects vehicle-based data from disparate systems and integrates that information for real-time analysis and adaptive decision intelligence. The data is connected to cloud services for post processing synthesis and data modeling for end-users across the logistics value chain. Integrated cameras, radar sensors and sonic profilers provide real-time environmental data that is critical to meet the SAE Automated Driving Level 3 requirements. Additional AI and on-board machine learning algorithms will dynamically adjust the car’s power, handling and braking parameters as tire friction adapts to road condition state – wet, snow, ice, black ice. These technology improvements, coupled with enhanced Pilot algorithms will produce a safe and worry-free driving experience for the driver and passengers. Key features of the technology include:

• Environmental sensors, sound profiler to capture road condition state – dry, wet, snow, ice
• Bi-lateral data flow to cloud services (Edge Networks), low latency data transfer, predictive road data and vehicle health/monitoring
• WIFI enabled in-vehicle network with multi-layer data encryption for all ECU and vehicle operation
functions, reduce data vulnerabilities
• Connectivity to RONN Phoenix Mobile Application – Personalized vehicle configurations, applications
• Inductive & Vibration Battery Charging (In development)
• Light detection and ranging technology (LiDAR) as needed for RMGPilot Functionality – SAE Level 4 & 5 Automated Driving



RONN Motor Group has designed a proprietary power hybrid system using solid state batteries and a Graphene Infused H2 Fuel-Cell that generates voltage to recharge the on-board battery platform. The combined power generation will extend the range of traditional battery systems by almost 80%, delivering an additional 200-300 miles of range at normal driving speeds. This adaptive power control system will be offered as an option on the Phoenix, the base model will come with Solid State batteries with a 350-mile range.

RMG will offer a rear-wheel and all-wheel drive option for the Phoenix. The all-wheel drive option will include the Fuel-Cell option to produce more power and vehicle performance. The base model will come with one rear-drive motor and rear-steering assist to further enhance crash avoidance performance. Key features of the power and drive motors:

• Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS)
• Passive solar assist for accessory and emergency charging
• Regenerative Braking and Charging System
• Fuel-Cell option will include 6 Kg of H2 storage within the vehicle chassis
• Drive motor configuration accounts for weight and balance to optimize vehicle performance, handling and traction control
• Adaptive torque management at each wheel, dynamically monitoring wheel slip



• Curb Weight 3000 lbs (estimated)
• 60 Kwh battery pack with 60 Kwh Hydrogen Fuel Cell (optional 90/60 kw system)
• 0-60 mph – 2.5 seconds (estimated), ¼ Mile under 11 sec (estimated)
• Estimated top speed of 180 + MPH (Governed to extend battery life and management)
• Estimated Battery range - 350 miles
• Hydrogen fuel-cell range extender option – 600 miles plus
• Plug in Recharge times – 15 minutes for 80 percent charge, either Inductive or Plug-in-Superchargers
• Dual phase inverted motors, 4 X250hp in development
• 600 plus horsepower
• Coefficient of drag - .25 estimated for coupe with enclosed grille
• Personalized driver controls with integrated voice activation
• Auto connection of vehicle applications and vehicle service data to supply chain and support centers



Digital Display, interior ascent lighting, rear view mirror, day running light, tail lights