Omega Seiki launches new passenger electric three-wheeler

Date: June 23, 2023

Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM) an electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer in India, made waves in the automotive industry today as it launched its latest offering – an electric urban passenger vehicle priced at an incredibly affordable starting point of Rs 1.85 Lakhs.

The new electric vehicle is designed to cater to the growing demand for sustainable and cost-effective transportation solutions in urban areas. With this launch, Omega Seiki Mobility aims to make EVs accessible to a wider segment of the population and accelerate the adoption of electric mobility in the country.

Omega Seiki Mobility founder and chairman Uday Narang commented on the announcement, saying, “While we started with cargo vehicles, this launch is in line with our strategy of providing a complete 3W solution covering both cargo as well as passenger segments.”

The OSM Stream City is the outcome of Omega Seiki Mobility’s strong dedication to the same, he continued. “This year, our emphasis on mobility is Passenger Vehicles. With a five-fold increase in production, OSM expects to sell more than 10,000 electric 3Ws in FY24”.

OSM announced in a statement that there are two versions of the OSM Stream City: the Stream City 8.5 with a permanent battery costs Rs 3.01 lakh and the Stream City ATR with swappable battery features costs Rs 1.85 lakh (all prices ex-showroom).

The electric urban passenger vehicle boasts a range of features that make it suitable for city commuting. It offers a compact and agile design, making it easier to navigate through congested city streets. The vehicle is powered by an efficient electric motor, ensuring smooth and silent operation while minimizing environmental impact.

In collaboration with Sun Mobility, the notion of a swappable battery is being offered for the new OSM Stream City ATR. Sun-Mobility will offer a network of quick exchange stations so that OSM clients can quickly switch and depart. The OSM Stream City 8.5 has a range of 117 kilometres and requires 4 hours to fully recharge its 8.5 kWh lithium-ion battery pack.

On January 2023 Omega Seiki Mobility tied up with startup iM3NY to to produce batteries in the South Asian nation.

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