September 23, 2023

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Rapido and RACEnergy collaborate on the use of electric vehicles for passengers

Rapido and RACEnergy collaborate on the use of electric vehicles for passengers

RACEnergy and Rapido, a ride-sharing aggregator, are teaming up to bring electric vehicles to the masses


Rapido, a ride-sharing aggregator, and RACEnergy, a pioneer in the deep technology of battery replacement, have announced a partnership to bring electric vehicles to the nation. The introduction of electric vehicles will start in Hyderabad and will be extended to other cities by the end electric vehicles of December 2023. These vehicles will be integrated with RACE’s advanced swap technology, giving them access to a powerful network of swap points.


As a market leader, Rapido brings a large customer base to the table with over one million trips per day. RACEnergy’s highly tech-enabled electric vehicles help provide a smarter, cleaner alternative to the masses, a move to revolutionize last-mile mobility by making it 100% clean and electric.




This cooperation is an important step towards sustainable and environmentally friendly transportation solutions. Rapido is always striving to provide the best possible experience for its customers. Dense batteries will help make e-mobility accessible to the masses. They see this partnership as mutually beneficial and it is a welcome addition to their fleet. An EV is steadily gaining momentum in the Indian market and they are always ready to embrace the future.

“Our partnership with Rapido will revolutionize last-mile transportation by using cutting-edge battery replacement technology. By partnering with Rapido, we hope to expand the reach of our solutions and make our technology accessible to more commuters. This will allow us to expand our network to multiple cities and carry more EV drivers. As a result, we anticipate increased battery usage and distribution,” said Arun Sreyas Reddy, co-founder and CEO of RACEnergy.


RACEnergy is one of the first companies in India to get AIS 156 safety certification for removable battery packs. It is certified by the Automotive Research Institute of India (ARAI) to meet the highest acceptable global EV battery safety standards.


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