ETO Motors displays range of E-3Ws at Go Electric Campaign in Hyderabad

ETO Motors displays range of E-3Ws at Go Electric Campaign in Hyderabad

New Delhi: Hyderabad-based electric mobility solutions and services company ETO Motors on Monday displayed its electric three-wheeler passenger and cargo vehicles, Eto Trilux and Eto Bulke Plus, respectively at the launch of the Go Electric Campaign in Hyderabad supported by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency and TelanganaState Renewable Energy Development Corporation (TSREDCO).

The company says it provides an integrated 360-degree solution for electric 3W mobility with manufacturing, fleet management (for the passenger as well as cargo), and battery swapping and charging infrastructure.

N K Rawal, MD and CEO, ETO Motors, said, “We build the vehicles with the safety and comfort of driver and passengers as the prime concern. High adoption of our vehicles by the e-commerce leaders has been very encouraging to us and we shall continue to innovate on our products and business models to propel our objective of environment, employment and empowerment.”

The ETO Motors’ stall was inaugurated by Syed Abdul Aleem, chairman, TSREDCO, in the presence of Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary (IT & Industries), and Sandeep Kumar Sultania, Secretary (Energy).

ETO has received good response for Trilux and Bulke, which come with features such as seat belts for the safety of drivers and passengers, 13 Inch wheels with disc brakes in the front and drum brakes in the rear, reverse camera, powerful driver motors and a certified range of up to 148km, the company said.

At present, ETO Motors’ product portfolio includes e-rickshaws (L3), e-autos (L5), four-wheelers in both passenger and cargo segments. The company claims over 150 ETO EVs are already used for ride-sharing at the metro stations in Delhi, Noida, Nagpur, and it will soon start the service in Hyderabad and Pune.

It has also supplied more than 200 cargo e-vehicles to companies like Amazon, Flipkart, Big Basket, Grofers, Udaan, and others. The company claims it has a strong order book of over 3,000 cargo vehicles from multiple players from the e-commerce industry.

News source- Economic Times

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