Bring us your vehicle and we can convert it to an energy efficient, zero emissions, and cheap-to-operate electric drive. With years of experience from classic to modern cars, we know exactly how to upgrade your vehicle with the latest in electric vehicle technology. Vehicle conversions start at $29,000, including parts and labor, and can take as little as six weeks.
Typical Vehicle Specifications:
- Range: 70-100+ miles
- Top speed: 75-100 mph
- Charge Time: Full charge in as little as 4 hours
- Acceleration: Comparable or better than the gas equivalent
Engineering Services and Support
We offer engineering services and support when you need technical help with your EV project: before, during or after the conversion.
Service, Diagnostics and Repair
Have you bought an older EV that has a problem and needs work? Bring it to Duke’s Garage for repair and or updating to the latest technology.
Fleet and Business Vehicles
Electric vehicles are a great way to reduce fleet operating expenses, and show your customers that your agency or business is committed to energy efficiency and environmental responsibility. Duke’s Garage specializes in the conversion of light pickup trucks from gasoline to 100% electric drives. Upgrade your older, high-mileage truck and let us replace the drive system with battery power technology.
Offset rising fuel and oil costs by replacing gas powered vehicles used for maintenance and transportation of personnel with electric vehicles. Filling up at the gas station is no longer necessary. Our vehicles can be fully charged using a standard 110V/20 amp wall socket.
Electric vehicles have 90% less parts than gas powered cars making up-keep and repair simpler and more cost-effective.
Be among the first to generate an environmentally conscious image for your municipality while helping to meet your federal, state and local AFV mandates.
City of Denver
The City of Denver selected Duke’s Garage to produce a zero emission prototype based on a Jeep Wrangler right-hand drive.
Currently, there are 30 right-hand drive Jeep Wranglers in the fleet. Parking enforcement officers use these vehicles for monitoring violations for sporting events, special events, holidays, concerts, and after-hours university events, and perform field checks and investigations of contested tickets.
The current use of vehicles involves frequent stops, long idling and covering short distances.
An all-electric, zero emission vehicle conversion:
- Extends the life of the current fleet
- Reduces pollution
- Saves money
City of Littleton
The City of Littleton awarded Duke’s Garage to deliver a Ford Ranger electric conversion to its team. The use of electric vehicles will allow fleet managers to measure fuel consumption, pollution and cost associated with “greening” the fleet.