During my factory tour I saw a fully equipped assembly line in the making. They aren’t lacking in the necessary automation equipment, but rather in the process of tooling it up for scaled production. The AMP is currently automated enough to be fabricating many of their own parts from raw materials. They purchased the automation and laser fabrication equipment (BFL) with their first round of Reg A+ funding putting them ahead of schedule. That equipment needed to be set up, but more importantly they needed to hire and train 50+ new employees, complete the vehicle testing and the validation certication requirements enabling them to finalize the specs for the retail production FUV........milestone mission accomplished with the recent reveal and official invitation to order the first 100 retail Evergreen Series. Also, there was discussion about setting up an East Coast AMP in the future once the Eugene AMP is up to speed at the estimated 10,000 units per year/single shift. Arcimoto has a production plan and appear to be achieving the production milestone events needed to make it happen. Money will be rolling in from retail sales to help fuel early startup money burn and hopefully show some future profit, pending market acceptance and demand of their three wheeler commuter.