EVTRIC Motors showcased its B2B E-Delivery Scooter in the low speed category at the EV Expo 2021 held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. At the event dedicated to the industry players contributing to the e-Mobility mission, the brand took a big step to reach out to automobile enthusiasts, and industry leaders.
Clocking a speed of 25 kmph the scooter shall serve the purpose of local deliveries for the businesses. It features 12 inch tubeless tyres, and a loading capacity of 150 kgs. It takes about three and half hour to charge. The scooter shall cover a distance of over 110 kms on a single charge with two swappable lithium ion battery options, thus avoiding a need of frequent charging, considering the requirement in the segment.
EVTRIC Motors’s array of products at EV Expo 2021 was an end-to-end showcase covering requirements of various segments be it domestic rides, or B2B sector’s. The brand also presented its recently launched products – EVTRIC AXIS and EVTRIC RIDE to the audience.
Commenting on EVTRIC Motors’s participation, Mr. Manoj Patil- MD & Founder, EVTRIC Motors said, “With over a decade of experience in automation we have stepped in the EV sector. The idea is to contribute towards the ongoing e-Mobility mission. The entire EVTRIC Motors team has been putting in a lot of efforts to present an array of products that serves the purpose, maintaining quality. It is a popular opinion that EVs are not at par with the combustion engine products. This myth has been holding back the industry. Apart from this, there is a dearth of localisation factor in the most of the products flooding the market. EVTRIC Motors has entered the market with these challenges already addressed. Now customers will enjoy locally manufactured, quality electric two wheelers and experience the difference.”
The brand has already started on boarding dealers and is determined to have its presence in Maharashtra, Gujrat, Tamil Nadu, Andhra, Telangana, Kerala, Karnataka, Delhi- NCR, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, and West Bengal in fiscal 2021-22 as a part of its initial expansion plan.