Yulu delivers first batch of new Yulu Dex GR in Bengaluru
Jointly developed by Yulu and Bajaj Auto, the Yulu DeX GR bikes are purpose-built on a smart two-wheeler platform and will accelerate green deliveries across the city.
Bajaj Auto-backed shared electric 2-wheeler mobility player, Yulu, handed over the first batch of its third-generation Yulu Dex GR shared EVs to delivery executives in Bengaluru. The handover event was attended by Chief Guest M.N. Anucheth, IPS, Joint Commissioner of Police, Traffic, Bengaluru City.
As per the company statement, the Dex GR EVs are manufactured on a purpose-built platform specially engineered for urban mobility, keeping in mind Indian consumers, the climate, and road conditions. Accordingly, the DeX GR EVs have enhanced features including smart batteries for higher ride uptime, and longer range and load-carrying capacities.
Sharing his thoughts on the handover, Pradeep Puranam, Head of Revenue and Operations - Yulu said, “Yulu is committed to providing sustainable and efficient mobility solutions for urban users. At the core of the new DeX GR EV is our extensive user-focused R&D into the needs of last-mile delivery executives and enterprises. We believe that the new DeX GR, supported by Yulu’s robust on-ground operations and our flexible rental plans- will enhance delivery riders’ earnings and provide them a truly delightful experience.”
The new generation of Yulu shared EVs will have access to the extensive charging infrastructure of Yuma Energy, which operates one of India’s largest networks of battery swapping stations for electric two-wheelers.
DOMO is presenting its latest products for e-mobility with enhanced fire and electrical protection for power management ...
"NITI Aayog continues to hold stakeholder discussions with a diverse range of stakeholders, including battery swapping o...
Himadri Speciality Chemical expects 4x of capex to Rs 20,000 crore topline from lithium-ion business
The first phase of the plan is to have a 40,000 MTPA at an estimated cost of Rs 1,125 crore and to be operational in abo...