Blive opens Hyderabad store

The store will offer customers a range of EVs to choose from

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 07 Feb 2022 Views icon4402 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
The Blive store in Hyderabad

The Blive store in Hyderabad

Multi-brand EV store BLive opened its second experience store in Hyderabad. Located at Pragathinagar, the store will offer a range of products and cater to EV customers across Telangana region. Through this store, BLive aims to bring everything related to e2wheelers under one roof from key brands like  Kinetic Green, Techo Electra, Gemopai, Batt:RE, LML - Detel and others, to charging solutions and also post sales service packages. 

Samarth Kholkar, Co-Founder, BLive, said, “Our Vision at BLive is to offer customers a platform to discover, buy and use EVs. Such experience stores which will soon be across 100 plus locations. Hyderabad has been at the forefront of technology innovation and has equally played a significant role in adopting and encouraging electric vehicles." 

The store will give the customers hands-on experience on EV and a variety of brands to choose from. They will also provide after-sales EV care, including roadside assistance, easy finance options, comprehensive service packages and e-mobility spares parts.


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