Omega will be launching these vehicles in the Delhi-NCR region first and will expand to the Southern region of India eventually and then in other Asian markets like Thailand.

CarAndBike, By Shubham Parashar

© CarAndBike | Omega Unveils Singha Electric Cargo 3W Range; To Invest Rs. 200 Crore In Electric Cargo Space

Omega Seiki mobility has ventured into the electric cargo space with the Singha and Singha Max electric three-wheelers. Both electric three-wheelers are equipped with a 48V lithium-ion battery pack that powers the electric motor, putting out 80 Nm of peak torque and the top speed is rated at up to 80 kmph. The payload capacity of both vehicles is up to 500 kg including the weight of the battery pack. Speaking of the battery pack, there are options of a swappable battery and customers get a 15A charger which can completely charge the vehicle within three hours.
Omega will be launching these vehicles in the Delhi-NCR region first and will expand to the Southern region of India eventually and then in other Asian markets like Thailand. The company has invested Rs. 200 crores in its manufacturing plant located in Faridabad near Delhi which will also accommodate its future models. The next model Omega is considering to bring to our market is an electric four-wheeler mini cargo van which will also be used for intracity businesses.
The company is only starting with vehicles that will be used for intracity commutes and is targeting businesses like online retail channels as their core customers. Then it is also trying to attract customers like food delivery channels or dairy delivery services for whom 100 km is a sufficient range. Moreover, it is also open to deliver vehicles to sole proprietors like Electronic shop owners who can use the electric vehicle to deliver home appliances or Television.
This article was originally published by CarAndBike.
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