Omega Seiki mobility introduces Singha Max electric three-wheeler lineup. Both electric three wheelers are outfitted with a 48V lithium-ion battery pack which controls the electric engine, putting out 80 Nm of peak torque and the top-speed is appraised at up to 80 kmph.
The payload limit of the two vehicles is up to 500 kg including the heaviness of the battery pack. Discussing the battery pack, there are alternatives of a swappable battery and clients get a 15A charger which can totally charge the vehicle inside three hours.
Omega will dispatch these vehicles in the Delhi-NCR district first and will grow toward the Southern area of India inevitably and afterward in other Asian markets like Thailand. The organization has put ₹ 200 crore in its assembling plant situated in Faridabad close to Delhi which will likewise suit its future models.
The following model Omega is thinking about to bring to our market is an electric four-wheeler small scale load van which will likewise be utilized for intra city organizations. The organization is just beginning with vehicles which will be utilized for intra city drives and is focusing on organizations like online retail channels as their core clients.
At that point it is likewise attempting to pull in clients like food delivery channels or dairy delivery services for whom 100 km is an adequate range. Additionally, it is likewise open to deliver vehicles to sole owners like Electronic retailer who can utilize the electric vehicle to deliver home machines or Television.
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