ElectricPe opens EV mobility centers to simplify EV ownership
The EV solutions provider is offering a one-stop place for all EV needs such as charging, vehicle purchase, financing, insurance and registration to make EV buying easier.
Electric Vehicle (EV) solutions player ElectricPe has announced today the opening of their virtual and physical mobility centres to simplify EV ownership. At these stores or via the ElectricPe App, customers can identify and test drive E-two wheelers from a variety of OEM brands before purchase, as well as choose charging solutions for their home or work.
Customers can also opt for subscriptions, financing options, and assistance with vehicle exchange, insurance, and registration at the mobility centres. The stores are currently located in Bangalore, with more outlets planned for 2024. Additionally, with an EV purchase, customers will gain access to other ElectricPe services, including the setup of a charging point and access to ElectricPe’s charging network across India.
“Mass EV adoption still has two major problems – range anxiety, which we have solved with our dense charging network, and 200+ EV two-wheeler brands to choose from, which creates a lot of confusion. To alleviate consumer confusion, our mobility centres and online app serve as educational hubs, empowering buyers to make informed decisions aligned with their specific needs,” said Avinash Sharma, Co-Founder, and CEO of ElectricPe.
Co-Founder and CPO of ElectricPe, Raghav Rohila, said, “Our latest initiative will create the accessibility needed to make EV ownership easier, helping further the sector's growth. In just October, our mobility stores facilitated the sale of 6 percent of Bangalore's EV two-wheelers, showcasing the positive impact of our efforts within the city.”
The initial phase of this expansion plans will begin from the north and south regions.
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