Nexzu Mobility, one of the leading homegrown e-mobility brands, makes its mark in the international market. The brand has now shipped out some orders to Australia, Europe and Gulf countries. In addition to this, talks with the UK and few African countries are in the final stages. This is quite an achievement for the brand that will now aim to make an impact in the global market as well. The demand for electric vehicles is at an all-time high, and Nexzu Mobility is making the most out of it. The brand’s e-bicycle concept perfectly matches the aspiration of a wide target audience.
Nexzu Mobility’s Roadlark (Cargo Version) In Much Demand
The recently launched Roadlark (Cargo Version) is getting a lot of positive responses. Built specifically to accomplish last-mile delivery, these e-cycles are getting increasingly popular given the recent surge in the e-commerce business. Not only in India, even across the world, people are also getting more conscious of going out to public places due to the fear of Covid-19. And hence, most of us prefer to stay at home and opt for online services, thus boosting e-commerce.
These bicycles are also perfect for some innovative uses. These are cloud kitchens, supermarkets, retail outlets, industrial parks, essential service suppliers, service and maintenance companies, and garages. Nexzu Mobility claims that using the Roadlark Cargo electric bicycle delivery partners can reduce their running cost by up to 97 per cent. And now these bicycles are getting increasingly popular in the overseas market as well.
The Road Ahead For Nexzu Mobility
Launched just six years ago, i.e. in 2015, the company currently has over 120 dealer touchpoints and are adding more stores to meet the increasing demand. Furthermore, the company has its own online store alongside having its presence across multiple e-commerce portals. Earlier this year, the brand launched the Rompus+ supercycle. This is a 3-speed EV that can be used as a scooter or a bicycle. The brand will continue to bring in more innovative products into the market and keep up with the competition.