Mahindra Electric, Zoomcar partner to offer self-drive EVs on rent

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Mahindra Electric, Zoomcar partner to offer self-drive EVs on rent

New Delhi: Mahindra Electric, part of the USD 19 billion Mahindra Group and Zoomcar, a shared mobility platform, announced the extension of their service of offering electric vehicles (EVs) as shared mobility solution to individuals in New Delhi.

Under this, the companies are set to offer 100 e2oPlus, Mahindra’s all-electric city smart car on the Zoomcar platform in Delhi. The vehicles were launched on the platform in the presence of Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog.

The initiative is aimed at promoting connected, shared and electric mobility as a model, in line with the recommendations in the NITI Aayog report on the government’s 2030 vision. Delhi as the capital of the country and an important business and urban hub makes for a good choice for this initiative. In addition to this, the Delhi government has also been very supportive of EVs to improve the pollution situation in the city.

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“As the national capital, Delhi has consistently shown visionary leadership on various sustainable initiatives such as the Metro, Odd-Even, and CNG infrastructure. Today’s rollout of 100 EVs coupled with best-in-class fast charging infrastructure is an extension of the Delhi government’s vision for a cleaner, greener India. Zoomcar is pleased to partner with the Mahindra Electric team once again to lead the transition to an all-electric urban mobility model,” said Zoomcar co-founder and CEO, Greg Moran.

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“Mahindra Electric has been a pioneer in the EV space and continuously explores associations to increase adoption of Electric Vehicles in the country. Today, we are happy to extend our association with Zoomcar and introduce our EVs on the shared mobility platform in Delhi. We are confident that this move will help more people adopt EV as a technology and will contribute in India’s journey towards a greener future for the country,” added Mahindra Electric CEO, Mahesh Babu.

(With ANI inputs)

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