Electric Vehicle

India: Ampere Electric partners with EV mobility start-up eBikeGO

Aims to provide clean and affordable mobility solution for personal commute and last mile e-comm deliveries

Ampere Electric announced a partnership with eBikeGO. The subscription based model offered by eBikeGO will now have the Ampere Electric scooters also in their subscription offering. Presently the eBikeGo subscription is being used by Zomato, Swiggy, Big Basket, Delhivery, Rebel Foods and others. Its services is available in major cities in India. In the fast changing dynamics of manufacturer and their sales channel, increasingly the vehicle manufacturers are looking for new ways to maximise their reach and sales. For Ampere Electric and other electric scooter/bike manufacturer, partnering with startups bringing newer business model is almost a necessity. As, one such model could possibly disrupt the way traditional sales channel worked. Covid19 crisis has forced many of the manufacturers to hasten the digitalisation of sales.

“Our partnership with eBikeGO is a significant step towards catering the increasing last-mile delivery demands from leading e-commerce platforms in the country, wanting to deliver their goods always on time, through affordable and cleaner e-mobility solutions. We have established a strong technology & service support to enable fast-growing EV subscription platforms such as eBikeGO. Our custom designed scooters provide unmatched performance & convenience. Ampere scooters have received good acceptance from leading e-commerce platforms in the country & we are committed to constantly innovate and lead this space in the future.”

P Sanjeev, COO Ampere Electric

With COVID pandemic, protection of health & wealth has assumed significant importance and Ampere Electric scooters have seen good acceptance for varied consumer segments, traders & rural entrepreneurs. As part of the association, Ampere has bagged large orders from eBikeGO for electric scooters & this partnership is poised to grow further expanding clean green mobility footprint in India.

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