EVTRIC Connect electric delivery scooter unveiled



EVTRIC Connect e-scooter delivery revealed

EVTRIC Motors introduced its B2B electric delivery scooter to India ladies and gentlemen. The low-speed scooter, which debuted at EV Expo 2021 in New Delhi, the Connect electric scooter promises an abundance of space as well as transporter options to meet the needs of the target audience, that is, ie B2B companies involving local deliveries. The company noted that the EVTRIC Connect is capable of reaching a top speed of 25 km / h, offers a range of 110 km per single charge and is equipped with provisions such as 12-inch tubeless tires. Did we mention that it has a load capacity of 150kg?

As for the charging time of the new commercial electric scooter, the EVTRIC Connect e scooter can be charged in about three and a half hours. The scooter also has two exchangeable lithium-ion battery options, meaning that users do not need to charge it frequently, which would hamper its ability to properly fulfill its intended purpose.

Manoj Patil, MD and Founder of EVTRIC Motors, said: “With over a decade of automation experience, we have entered the electric vehicle business. The idea is to contribute to the ongoing mission of electric mobility. The whole team of EVTRIC Motors has put in a lot of effort to present a range of products which serve the objective, to maintain the quality. It is a popular opinion that electric vehicles are not on par with combustion engine products. This myth has held back the industry. Apart from that, there is a shortage of the localization factor in most of the products that are flooding the market. EVTRIC Motors entered the market with these challenges already met. Now, customers will appreciate the locally made quality electric two-wheelers and experience the difference.

The electric two-wheeler maker also spoke about its expansion plans in the country, saying the integration of dealers has already started, with plans to establish a presence in Andhra Pradesh, Delhi-NCR, Karnataka , Kerala, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra. , Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal during fiscal year 2021-22 in phase 1.



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