Coimbatore-based Electric Mobility Company, Ampere electric has announced yet another association. The brand has now entered in a business partnership with electric vehicle subscription platform eBikeGO. The partnership is said to redefine B2B last-mile deliveries. The segment has recently seen a surge in demand due to the increase in home deliveries and last-mile logistics delivery support required by e-commerce companies.
With the new partnership, Ampere Electric strengthens the brand’s position in the B2B shared mobility service segment. The rides reinforce the need for affordable and zero-contact travel. Customers can book their rides easily without having to be dependant on public transport offering them affordable, eco-friendly and reliable transport solutions. The proposition is not only friendly to the environment but also safer in comparison to public modes of travel with terms to the COVID pandemic.
Recently the brand also announced its partnership with bike rental platform ‘Bounce’ to enable the company faster adoption of electric scooters and affordable last-mile connectivity. Bounce is also targeted towards making e-mobility easy for its customers, in the post-COVID era. Bounce has therefore transitioned all its offerings into electric mobility to provide the new-age eco-conscious players, especially in the delivery and bike rental space. The brand has also collaborated with financial technology experts, OTO Capital and Autovert Technologies for an easy electric vehicle acquisation. Autovert will also be providing a unique battery subscription plan starting from INR 1990 making Ampere Vehicles even more affordable.
Ampere Electric has also launched the new variants of the Reo, V48, Magnus and Zeal. The five new variants have been launched at – the Reo Plus priced at INR 42,490 (Lead-acid variant), the Reo Elite launched at INR 42,999 (Lead-acid variant), the V48 Plus priced at INR 36,190, the Magnus 60 (Slow speed) priced at INR 49,999 and the Zeal Ex priced at INR 66,949. All prices are ex-showroom, Bengaluru.