Omega Seiki Mobility invests Rs 200 crore in EV space, launches Singha & Singha Max electric cargo 3W
This electric three-wheeler is claimed to have a range of 100 km on a single charge with a payload capacity 500 kg.
New Delhi: Omega Seiki Mobility has launched its first electric vehicle in India, Singha & Singha Max, a three-wheeled cargo vehicle, informed the company in a release. With this new e-vehicle, the company has forayed in the zero-emission mobility space.
The EV maker has also informed that it invested Rs 200 crore for the e-vehicle project. Commercial bookings for the EV will commence at the Auto Expo 2020, where it will showcase the product.
This EV is claimed to have a range of 100 km on a single charge with a payload capacity 500 kg. Powered by a 48V lithium-ion battery, the vehicle offers 80 Nm of torque. Available in two variants, the EV can run at top speeds of 30 kmph and 80 kmph respectively, claims the company.
As the EV maker claims, the vehicle offers a low cost of running at Rs 0.5/km. It is claimed to have 960 Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) and it comes with fixed and swappable battery options as well.
For the safety of the driver, the EV comes with roller cage support. Primarily, the EV will be sold to the B2B segment, informed the company.
Commenting on the launch of this EV, Deb Mukherji, Managing Director, Omega Seiki Private Limited, said, “The project has been conceived with Make in India and Build in India objectives completely. All the components of the vehicles are manufactured & sourced in India. The manufacturing facility of Omega Seiki Mobility has been set up in Faridabad with an annual capacity of 12000 vehicles in phase 1, subsequently, the company will add capacity or set up multiple facilities in other locations, as volume grows. The investment will be around Rs. 200 Crores in multiple phases.”