KleenSpeed Technologies

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Kleenspeed Technologies Inc.
Industry Automobile, Electric Propulsion Systems, Electric Storage & Ancillary Components
Founded November 2007
Headquarters NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Mountain View, California, USA
Key people
Laura F. Reyes CEO
Timothy Collins
(Founder and President)
Products GenESSys™
KAR (KleenSpeed Advanced Research)
Number of employees
(May 2015)
Website kleenspeed.com
Kleenspeed WX10 race car

KleenSpeed Technologies is a Silicon Valley based company founded in 2007 to create electric vehicle systems.


Founders from November 2007 listed on early disclosures are Timothy Collins, Jerry Kroll and Peter J. Sprague.[1]

The KleenSpeed EV-X11 high-performance electric race car won the ReFuel Electric time trial four years in a row.[citation needed] KleenSpeed converted several cars building an integrated lithium battery system each time. KleenSpeed works on battery management systems.

The KleenSpeed World KAR was announced at the 2012 San Francisco Auto Show.[2]

The company is based at the NASA Ames Research Center at Mountain View, California.[3]


  1. ^ "Form D: Private Placement" (PDF). US SEC. May 1, 2008. Retrieved September 30, 2016. 
  2. ^ "KleenSpeed Reveals Under $10K Electric KAR". EV World. November 21, 2012. Retrieved September 30, 2016. 
  3. ^ KleenSpeed.com

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