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Three Wheels United, Piaggio Vehicles partners to accelerate the adoption of e-3W

Ape' E-Xtra cargo e-3W (Source: Piaggio)

Bangalore-based Three Wheels United has announced it has partnered with Piaggio Vehicles to speed up the adoption of electric three-wheelers in India.

Under the collaboration, Three Wheels United will deploy 500 Piaggio vehicles in India. It will enable switching by drivers to electric vehicles and connect them to aggregator platforms.

Piaggio will offer support for the maintenance and servicing of the vehicles. "We continue to expand our partnership with large electric vehicle manufacturers in a bid to make it easier for auto rickshaw drivers to switch to sustainable last-mile transportation," Cedrick Tandong, CEO and Co-Founder, Three Wheels United, said.

The company said the Ape' E-Xtra vehicles to be deployed under the collaboration signify a powerful electric cargo with a 9.5 KW power output. It is customizable for applications like the delivery van and garbage collector.

Author : Moulin Oza
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