Aptera is a privately-held company, which means that it is not listed on a public stock exchange and its shares are not available for purchase by the general public. Instead, the company’s ownership is held by a small group of private investors, including the founders and any venture capital firms that may have invested in the company.
As a privately-held company, Aptera Motor is not required to disclose financial information or make its business operations transparent to the public in the same way that publicly-traded companies are. The company has not went IPO yet so it is not available in the stock market for trading. This can make it more difficult for the general public to obtain information about the company’s financial performance or future plans.
If you are interested in investing in Aptera, they are offering shares of Class B common stock with a projected price per share of $10.50. You can sign up to invest with a minimum starting investment of $1,000 here.
However, they are providing investors an opportunity to invest in them publicly on Republic. You can start with as little as a minimum investment of $210 and a maximum investment of $500,000. Each tier investment unlocks different incentives. For example, an investment of $1,000 will waive the $100 preorder reservation fee.
In general, investing in privately-held companies can be more risky than investing in publicly-traded companies, as there is less information available about the company’s financial performance and prospects. It is important to thoroughly research any potential investment opportunity and to be aware of the risks involved before making a decision.