Mahindra is thrilled to announce that 22K vehicles have been rolled out of its Bangalore plant this year
Mahindra’s last-mile maneuverability heralded a milestone in its career. The company has rolled 22,000 vehicles from its Bangalore plant this year. Mahindra LMM CEO, Suman Mishra, shared the news on Twitter. With superior features and services, M&M achieves breakthrough results in a highly competitive environment.
She tweeted. “Milestone Alert: We are super thrilled to have rolled 22K vehicles from our plant Bangalore this year!
Lets electrify the last mile!”
Tricycles are one of the giants in the commercial vehicle segment. Passenger and cargo tricycles, more commonly known as auto-rickshaws, are essential for India’s last-mile delivery and mobility needs.
Mahindra Electric Mobility has offices in Bengaluru with two business divisions, Last Mile Mobility (LMM) and EV Technology Center (EVTEC). M&M’s Last Mile Mobility (LMM) business is responsible for the widely recognized combination of its 3 Wheeler and 4 Wheeler vehicles for passenger and freight gasoline, CNG, diesel, and electric last mile mobility. I’m here. These include the Mahindra Jeeto 4-wheeler, the Alfa 3-wheeler line, and the all-electric Zor Grand and Treo lines.
Among the top contenders in this category, Mahindra Alfa is a great choice. The Alfa is a powerful auto rickshaw that allows you to earn more on every trip and spend less on fuel and maintenance. Mahindra Alfa has become a visible brand in the Indian commercial vehicle segment and is one of the most popular auto rickshaws.
Mahindra has expanded its range of last-mile electric tricycles with the introduction of its popular E-Alfa tricycle into the freight transportation segment. This small auto rickshaw is a favorite vehicle in electric/battery-powered variations for local freight/logistics/supply chain deliveries. Available at an affordable price, the E-Alfa Cargo is a powerful cargo rickshaw that uses modern batteries with ample range and torque to carry large payloads. The charging deck is large, and charging is easy and fast, all with Mahindra reliability and quality.
E-Alfa Cargo starts at Rs 1.44 lakh. The E-Alfa Cargo has a range of 80 km on a single charge and a top speed of 25 km/h. The E-Alfa has a gross vehicle weight of 780 kg and a payload capacity of 310 kg.
E-Alfa Cargo competes with competitors Piaggio Ape E-Xtra, Kinetic Safar Shakti, Kinetic Safar Jumbo, Lohia Narain Cargo, Atul Elite Cargo, Euler Motors HiLoad, and Altigreen neEV.
Indian carmaker Mahindra’s E-Alfa Mini is an electric three-wheel passenger vehicle designed for urban traffic. The vehicle aims to reduce emissions and operating costs while providing an efficient and comfortable means of transport, especially in the last-mile mobility segment.
A 48W 120A battery powers the E-Alfa Mini, and a 1000W brushless DC motor produces a maximum output of 1.56kW. The vehicle has a top speed of 25 km/h and is equipped with a direct transmission via a differential. It is easy to operate and comes with a 1-year battery.
The E-Alfa Mini has seating for 1 driver + 4 passengers. This vehicle features a rugged tubular chassis and rugged design. There’s also a full canopy for weather protection. Equipped with telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers at the front and leaf spring suspension at the rear of the vehicle. Safe and comfortable riding is provided by drum brakes on all wheels.
In addition to halogen headlights and cable mechanical brakes, the E-Alfa Mini has a digital instrument cluster and a sleek dashboard.
The Mahindra E-Alfa Mini Comfort features a comfortable and spacious cab with only one place for the driver. The cabin is spacious as are the passenger rows, with plenty of legroom and comfortable seats for passengers.
Mahindra E-Alfa Mini’s main competitors include Star Electrika A1, Atul Elite Plus, and Piaggio Ape E-City in the electric tricycle segment.
The Mahindra Treo is an electric rickshaw that combines sustainability and efficiency. Electric rickshaws are designed to provide an eco-friendly and comfortable driving experience. Let’s look at what Mahindra Treo has to offer.
The Mahindra Treo has a 7.37 kWh electric motor that develops 42 Nm torque. The Mahindra electric rickshaw is also equipped with a 48V lithium-ion battery with 5-year battery life. It can be charged within 3-4 hours, providing a range of up to 130km on a single charge. Electric rickshaws can travel 55 km/h.
The Mahindra Treo has a durable and robust body that can withstand everyday use. The electric rickshaw’s brake system is a hydraulically operated brake system with a coil spring + damper + hydraulic pressure + shock absorber at the front. It also has a leaf spring + hydraulic shock absorber at the rear. Electric rickshaws also feature spacious and comfortable cabins that accommodate up to 4 passengers.
The Mahindra Treo is packed with features that enhance ride comfort and convenience. Mahindra electric rickshaws feature spacious cabins that provide ample legroom for both the driver and the passenger. Additionally, the Treo is equipped with a digital instrument cluster, USB charging port, and cell phone holder for added convenience for the driver. Mahindra electric rickshaws feature dust and water-resistant motors for increased durability, ergonomically designed driver seats, and large windshields for clear visibility.
The Mahindra Treo was designed to provide comfortable and smooth driving experiences. The Mahindra electric rickshaw is equipped with a full suspension chassis that does not shock even on rough roads.
Mahindra Treo’s main competitors in the electric rickshaw segment include Bajaj RE Electric, Piaggio Ape E-City, and Kinetic Safari Smart. Tricycles are one of the giants in the commercial vehicle segment. Passenger and cargo tricycles, or auto-rickshaws, are essential for India’s last-mile delivery and mobility needs.
The Mahindra Zor Grand is the brand’s latest offering and an electric version of the brand’s popular three-wheeled freight vehicle.
The Zor Grand has a powerful motor with an output of 12 kW and a torque of 50 Nm. It has an 11.5-degree slope. It also comes with a 100km certified range.
This vehicle is built tough with a 170 CFT OEM-manufactured metal body. The cargo-carrying body is 6 feet long and at the factory, has a capacity of 140/170 cubic feet. Key features include a 3-year warranty/80,000km and a 3-way opening cargo compartment for added convenience.
The vehicle is very stable, easy to handle, and comfortable to drive on short or long trips. The Mahindra Zor Grand’s main rivals include the Mahindra E-Alpha Cargo and the Piaggio Ape E-Xtra.
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