Omega Seiki Mobility opens its first dealership in Hyderabad

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 03 Nov 2020

Omega Seiki Mobility, part of the Anglian Omega Group has opened its first dealership – OHM Automotive, located in Hyderabad, Telangana. The company plans to further strengthen its footprints in India by opening dealerships in Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada by 2021. OHM Automotive has already set up several batteries charging stations in the state and has been operating them for over 3 years.

The dealership will showcase different variants of the Rage+, electric three-wheeler. The company has opened bookings and is expecting good inaugural sales during the festive season. To facilitate better services for consumers, Omega Seiki Mobility has tied-up with several financing companies including Mannapuram Finance and SBI among others.

Uday Narang, chairman, Omega Seiki Mobility said, “Telangana is an important market for Omega Seiki Mobility and we are committed to offering an unrivalled brand experience to our customers and prospects. We are exhilarated in partnering with OHM Automotive who has the same values and vision as OSM. We hope to have a long and fruitful relationship with OHM Automotive. We as a technology company, have designed, developed, and manufactured the Rage+ vehicle completely indigenously with 100% Make in India content. Our vision is to produce high-quality durable vehicle and promote sustainable motoring e-mobility in India."

Nirmal Reddy, founder, OHM Automotives said, “We are extremely proud to start the dealership of Omega Seiki Mobility electric vehicles. This adds to our strength of the existing battery charging network and we position ourselves as a service provider to our customers in the electric mobility space. We wish to take this movement to many other parts of the state and regions. Rage+ gives us this platform”.

The electric vehicle maker had unveiled the Rage+ at the Auto Expo 2020, which it says is a cargo three-wheeler offering an unparalleled mix of performance and smart features. This cargo three-wheeler comes in the L5 category and is powered by lithium-ion battery, due to which it offers higher levels of ride quality, and best in class comfort for drivers.

In addition, Omega Seiki Mobility is also offering last-mile mobility services under its brand UnoXpress to customers. It is operating its own fleet of vehicles for e-commerce companies and FMCG customers. The company has created fleet hubs in Delhi NCR, Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Indore. This fleet is operated by the company operations team and serves as a one-stop-shop for its customers.

“The last mile mobility services in e-commerce has seen a big surge in recent times and is expected to grow more with the arrival of heavyweights like Reliance Jio, Tata, etc. in the game. It is going to become a more competitive and technology-intensive space. In order to save energy, reduce emissions, and improve the quality of life in cities, we are developing a wide range of practical and economical EV solutions. We are planning to launch four-wheeler pickup trucks and two-wheeler scooter in the near future to offer an entire range of products in the cargo segment,” added Narang.

Omega Seiki Mobility says it will focus on all cutting technologies and IT-driven businesses in the e-mobility segment. The IT architecture of the mobility business is designed to run the fleet in an efficient manner.

Dr. Deb Mukherji, MD, Omega Seiki Mobility said, “Our main focus is on efficiency enhancement, vehicle diagnostics, and making data-driven decisions in real-time. Our data analytics software picks up the right cargo space vehicle, ques up the vehicles, and decides the optimised route, and flags off any unnecessary roadblocks. It is run on cloud computing with highly efficient data processing”.