CEO Andrew McClary

Andrew McClary, CEO of High Voltage Hot Rods, Inc., speaks to students about his experiences. This event is free and open to the public.
Oct 16, 2013
6:00 PM

Andrew McClary is the CEO and founder of High Voltage Hot Rods, Inc., the builder of the EVGT-40, an all-electric GT-40 inspired replica.  Over the past 4 years he has been working on perfecting his car and working closely with other professionals inside of the electric car community.   Unlike many in the electric vehicle community, McClary was part of a growing trend of adopters who saw the real potential for the technology for building cool fast cars.  He was not interested in many of the cars being offered.  Inspired by the Tesla Roadster, McClary's dream was to put together an electric car using off-the-shelf components that a user could service.

Andrew has teamed up with Brant Cohen, a 30-year veteran of the automotive restoration and maintenance business.  Cohen, a real lover of fine cars, has had his own show doing restorations of classic cars in Boca Raton.  After taking a ride in McClary's EVGT-40, Cohen saw that the future of cars was going to change and wanted to be a part of that change.  

Teaming up with these two is Alex Berry, a car lover in his own right.  Berry is a veteran of the television and marketing industry and will be handling marketing and public relations for the company.


Lynn University's weekly CEO Lecture Series features prominent CEOs sharing their expertise. The CEO Lecture Series is presented by the College of Business and Management.

This event is free and open to the public.

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