Nishchal Chaudhary, Founder – BattRE, said the EV start-up has accomplished a healthy dealer presence and taken steps to eliminate hindrances in adoption of the electric vehicles.
NEW DELHI, Feb 11 (The CONNECT) - Indian EV start-up, BattRE Electric Mobility Pvt Ltd has crossed the coveted 100 dealers mark, proving itself to be arguably one of the fastest growing sales and service networks across India. After their launch in June 2019, this Jaipur based start-up has accelerated at a high pace.
Stretching from Punjab to Tamil Nadu and Gujarat to West Bengal, dealers of BattRE Electric Mobility cover the length and breadth of India. BattRE is looking to expand in the north and east of India targeting to reach 250 dealers by the end of the next FY.
Recently, BattRE introduced slew of initiatives like Roadside Assistance, Double Battery, Double Mileage, New 42 Ah batteries, option of storing two 26 Ah batteries in one scooter and extended warranties on the motor, controller, converter and charger etc. These initiatives &services that the company is introducing is empowering &helping the EV players to build confidence among the customers.
Nishchal Chaudhary, Founder – BattRE, said the landmark performance shows the growing popularity of Electric scooters. The EV start-up has accomplished a healthy dealer presence and taken steps to eliminate hindrances in adoption of the electric vehicles.
Currently, the company boasts a network of 111 dealers in 12 different states.
BattRE Electric Mobility Private Limited (BattRE) is a technology-driven innovative EV Startup which aim to introduce affordable e-scooters. The Start-up is revolutionising the commutable experience of people by enabling integration between technology and mobility solutions. The company is thus contributing towards the reduction of carbon footprint, noise pollution, traffic issues and creating a Greener Planet.
Since inception the company has launched four models of e-scooters – BattRE One, BattRE love, BattRE Gp:sie, BattRE IoT, and building EV ecosystem in India such as affordable recharging stations, roadside assistance thus making e-scooters accessible to everyone.