Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd made an announcement that it will deploy its Electric Vehicles (EVs) with uber so that it can render its ride-sharing services with zero emission in Hyderabad.
Mahindra Electric To Deploy 50 EVs In Hyderabad
Uber is the world’s largest ride-sharing company. Mahindra had also announced earlier that it will collaborate with uber.
The deployment will take place with 50 units of Mahindra EVs in Hyderabad. The electric vehicles on uber platforms include the e2oPlus hatch and the eVerito sedan.
The company has worked closely with the public and private players who have installed 30 common EV charging stations across the city.
Mahindra Electric CEO
Mahesh Babu, the CEO of Mahindra Electric on the flag off in Hyderabad said, “As the pioneers of electric mobility in India we have always been at the forefront of smart and sustainable mobility,”
“Our collaboration with Uber is aimed at accelerating the large scale adoption of electric vehicles on shared mobility platforms, thereby driving a positive change in the daily commute,”
“Today while thanking the Telangana Government for its support, we are excited to embark on this journey to make shared EV commute eco-friendly and transform the way people in Hyderabad commute. Going forward we plan to further deploy our vehicles across multiple cities on the Uber platform.”
These EVs will be deployed through the partners such as A to Z solution (e-taxi) and others. Through this deployment, driver partners are benefited to a package which will have Mahindra electric vehicles at prices, financing, and insurance premium and maintenance packages from the company and associates.
Uber, Asia Pacific, Deepankar Tiwari, Head, Vehicle Solutions
Deepankar Tiwari, Head, Vehicle Solutions, Uber, Asia Pacific, said, “Uber is committed towards the adoption of cleaner and environmentally friendly technologies to power urban mobility and our partnership with Mahindra and Mahindra is a step in that direction.
We are excited about the tremendous potential of electric vehicles in India and are committed to supporting the government’s vision of building a viable infrastructure to accelerate the speedy induction of even more EV’s.”
Mahindra Electric will provide driver education and training
The company will also help the initiative by giving driver education and training related issues.
As the ride-sharing services are commonly seen in Hyderabad and used by most of the MNCs, corporates, government offices, etc, Mahindra electric is trying to make the city emission-free by deploying its EVs fleet.
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