May 16, 2011
/PRNewswire/ -- Kandi Technologies, Corp. (Nasdaq: KNDI), a leading Chinese supplier of off-road vehicles and developer of pure electric vehicles (EV), said it published a letter to its shareholders today to provide a detailed explanation of a reporting error that does not affect reported revenues but does affect unit volumes of products reported in the Company's 2010 Annual Report as filed on Form 10-K. In order to provide continued transparency to shareholders and other interested investors, the Company has filed a copy of the letter with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which is available at their website:
Kandi's letter to shareholders addresses the error in its filing, specifically within a table outlining the unit and dollar revenue breakdown by product for 2010 and 2009. As the Company previously stated, the dollar amounts for revenues shown in that table were accurate; however the category unit numbers contained discrepancies as a result of two causes. The first was a recategorization of certain models in the 2009 unit volumes to render those numbers comparable to the 2010 unit volumes. The second cause was related to the translation from Chinese accounting standards to U.S. GAAP. Details surrounding these adjustments are included in the letter to shareholders and will be included in the subsequent amendment to the Company's annual report on Form 10-K.
"We have taken time and great care to determine the source of this error and provide corrected unit figures to our investors," said
, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Kandi Technologies. "However, we wanted to be sure that the information we provided was absolutely accurate. We take our responsibility in this regard very seriously, and hope our prompt attention to this matter shows the high regard we have for the accuracy and transparency of our financial information."
About Kandi Technologies, Corp.
Kandi Technologies, Corp. (Nasdaq: KNDI) is a manufacturer and exporter of a variety of vehicles in
, making it a world leader in the production of popular off-road vehicles (ORVs). It also ranks among the leading manufacturers in
of all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), specialized utility vehicles (UTVs), and a recently introduced second-generation high mileage, two-seat three-wheeled motorcycle. Another major company focus has been on the manufacture and sale of the COCO electric vehicle (EV), a highly economical, beautifully designed, all-electric super mini-car for neighborhood driving and commuting. The convertible and hardtop models of the COCO EV are available in
the United States
and other countries, while the Chinese government has approved the sale of Kandi EVs in
since 2010. The Company's products can be viewed at
and its corporate website is
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