MoEVing aims to add a total of 500 units of the Piaggio Ape ‘E-Xtra FX cargo three-wheeler to its existing fleet by 2022, of which 130 units have been introduced with immediate effect.
MoEVing has introduced 130 units of the Ape ‘E-Xtra FX Cargo to its fleet with immediate effect
Piaggio Vehicles Pvt Ltd (PVPL) has partnered with electric fleet service provider MoEVing to supply electric three-wheelers to the latter for last mile delivery. As part of the deal, MoEVing aims to add a total of 500 units of the Piaggio Ape ‘E-Xtra FX cargo three-wheeler to its existing fleet by 2022. In fact, the company will introduce 130 units of the Ape’ Extra. FX Cargo to its fleet with immediate effect. The two companies believe the partnership will help accelerate the adoption of electric 3-wheelers in India in the last mile segment.
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On the merger, Saju Nair, EVP-CV Business, Piaggio Vehicles Pvt. Ltd. said: “Our recently launched Ape ‘E-Xtra FX freight variant received a tremendous response from customers within a short period of time. Through this partnership with MoEVing, we will further amplify our efforts to create affordable and sustainable last mile connectivity. solutions in the space of movement of goods. “
On the other hand, Vikash Mishra, founder of MoEVing, said: “The quality of the products and the reduction in day-to-day operating costs is an extremely important element that Piaggio’s Ape ‘E-Xtra model brings to the table. We aim to increase our Ape ‘. The E-Xtra fleet to 500 copies by next year and aims to deploy these vehicles across the country with various e-commerce players for last mile order delivery.
MoEVing says it provides technology-based electric mobility solutions for urban last and mid-mile delivery, designed to meet customers’ unique logistics needs. The company offers an integrated approach to demand aggregation, supply optimization and connected charging infrastructure for various applications, including e-commerce. Currently, the company operates in 9 cities across India and plans to expand to over 100 cities over the next 3-5 years.
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The Piaggio Ape E-Xtra FX for the cargo area comes with an 8 kWh Lithium-Ion battery that powers the electric motor to produce 9.55 kW of power, equivalent to 12.8 hp, and develops maximum torque of 45 Nm. The Ape E-Xtra offers a range of up to 90 km, with a top speed of 45 km / h. It comes with a 6 foot deck area which can also be customized for the delivery segment. The gross vehicle weight (GVW) of the vehicle is 975 kg, while the E-Xtra has a payload capacity of 506 kg.
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