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Paphos-HQed Flash Motors showcases products at prestigious US tech event

With headquarters in Paphos, Flash Motors Corporation (Flm), which creates devices capable of powering vehicles, recently showcased its products at the prestigious Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

The spotlight was on its electric hyper scooter, the Infinity X, an announcement from the company said, also noting that the company's three advanced controller devices Nano Elite X3K, Nano Elite X5K, and Nano Elite X28K were popular attractions for attendees.



UFC fighters Charalampos Grigoriou, known as 'The Ferocious' and who, like Flash Motors is also originally from Paphos, and Georgian national Merab Dvalishvili, known as "The Machine," were also at the Las Vegas event, acting as ambassadors and showcasing the Infinity X electric hyper scooter which is enjoying rising prominence in the US.


Grigoriou stated, "The very important thing about Flash Motors is the controllers. You can install it everywhere in any vehicle. The tech hydraulic gives you double power."

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Reflecting the company's ethos in choosing its brand ambassadors, meanwhile, Flash Motors President Toby Olshanetsky said, "Those fighters are innovative. They are young fighters, very strong, exactly the DNA of Flash Motors. This is why we see a very strong combination between CES, Flash Motors, and UFC."


Both Grigoriou and Flash Motors share a commonality as the sole representatives of Cyprus in their respective fields. Grigoriou, who moved from Paphos to New York City seven years ago, earned his spot in the UFC through the Dana White Contender Series in 2022, stunning viewers with a quick knockout.

In an interview with Flash Motors, Grigoriou expressed excitement about his upcoming UFC fight on 16 March in Las Vegas, highlighting his pride in representing Cyprus.

Dvalishvili, also sponsored by Flash Motors, holds the No. 1 contender spot in his weight division from Georgia.

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