EV maker claims TreoZor offers savings of over Rs 60,000 a year compared to diesel cargo 3-wheelers; best-in-industry power of 8kW and 42 Nm torque; 550kg payload.
A little less short of two years after it launched the passenger-carrying Mahindra Treo three-wheeler, the Bangalore-based Mahindra Electric today launched its sibling – the TreoZor cargo three-wheeler at Rs 273,000 (ex-showroom Delhi, net of FAME 2 and state subsidies).
The Treo Zor, which is based on the proven Treo platform, will come in 3 variants – Pickup, Delivery Van and Flat Bed. Vehicles will be available at Mahindra small commercial vehicle dealerships in select cities across India starting December 2020.
Mahindra Electric claims the TreoZor offers “an excellent value proposition to its owners” in the form of higher savings of over Rs 60,000 a year compared to existing diesel cargo 3-wheelers, which is a result of its maintenance cost of just 40 paise/km. The TreoZor delivers develops 8kW and best-in-class torque of 42 Nm. Treo Zor also comes with best-in-class payload of 550kg.
Speaking at the launch, Dr Pawan Goenka, MD & CEO, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.said, “On the 75th anniversary of Mahindra, we are driven by purpose for a tomorrow that is clean, green and technologically connected. I believe that India has a huge opportunity to become the world leader in electric vehicles for first- and last-mile connectivity. Our Treo platform demonstrates our commitment to AtmaNirbhar Bharat through latest technology and make in India. The Treo Zor will provide a clean, sustainable and affordable solution for last-mile delivery.”
Mahesh Babu, MD & CEO, Mahindra Electric said, “The proven Treo electric 3-wheeler platform has already redefined last-mile mobility with over 5,000 satisfied customers who have traversed 35 million kilometres on Indian roads. Treo Zor has been developed with cutting-edge technology to deliver substantial customer value proposition and is available in 3 variants to meet every customer need.”
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